The parking solution by Cleverciti Systems is now present in the North American market. The parking detection system, which uses overhead sensors to gather real-time information, is a cost-effective solution for parking operators to optimize on-street parking management.
As of October 2016, the University of British Columbia in Vancouver will provide parking information to drivers using the university hospital parking. The 54-space parking lot is now equipped with 4 short range Cleverciti sensors that monitor the parking lot 24 hours a day. Recently, the University of British Columbia has been modernizing its facilities by integrating online parking payment and reservation system. The latest addition of the Cleverciti sensors is a step forward to optimize university parking.
Since August 2016, the Oakbrook Shopping Center in Chicago, Illinois features Cleverciti parking sensors providing shoppers with an easy and efficient parking experience. General Growth Property (GGP), who owns more than 120 shopping centers in the U.S., chose Cleverciti for the Oakbrook Shopping Center parking lot. The sensors were placed on lampposts within the property and focus on parking spaces in front of the restaurant section of the mall.
Jan Schulte, Head of International Business Development at Cleverciti: “The move to North America is the next logical step for Cleverciti’s global expansion. The market is mature but versatile and will bring great opportunities for us.”
The Munich-based company Cleverciti has recently won the “2016 Munich Startup Award” and first place in the “Fast Mobility” industry cluster at the Bits and Pretzels 2016 event in Munich.
To learn more about the solutions Cleverciti has to offer, including information about their latest backend development, the Cleverciti Cockpit, you can visit their booth at the Smart City World Expo in Barcelona this coming November.
About Cleverciti Systems
Cleverciti Systems has developed a cost-efficient smart parking solution to monitor parking space availability in real-time. Cleverciti sensors analyze, identify and measure the size of occupied and free parking spaces across entire streets or large parking areas, motorway service areas and truck parking. Cleverciti parking sensors can be mounted on walls or on existing lamp posts — turning them into "smart lamp posts". The exact GPS coordinates of each free or occupied parking space are sent directly from the sensors in real-time to mobile devices, navigation devices and local parking guidance systems for motorists’ benefit. Cities and parking operators also receive valuable data; not just about the availability of parking spaces but also in terms of payment data, utilization of the parking spaces and other statistics.