Urbiotica’s parking sensor system, leader in Germany and Austria

Urbiotica's parking sensor system, U-spot

The latest project completed by MSR-Traffic in the city of Albstadt, Germany, is the sixth deployment of Urbiotica technology in that country. MSR-Traffic and Urbiotica also have 3,800 monitored spaces in Austria making a total of 9,300 spaces between both countries. This has positioned the brand and its partner as benchmarks in parking space sensing systems in the region.

The parking sensors installed on public and private parking spaces communicate in real-time the availability of spaces through signage panels and applications for citizens. The system therefore guides users to free spaces, reducing vehicle congestion by up to 30% and the hassle of having to look for a free space.

Urbiotica will accompany MSR-Traffic at the next Parken event being held from 23 to 25 September in Berlin. Visit the MSR-Traffic ECCH-B10 stand and discover the competitive advantages that make us benchmarks in guided parking in Germany and Austria.

About UrbioticaUrbiotica

Urbiotica is a Barcelona-based company specialised in the design and development of latest generation sensing systems which provide real-time information on what is happening in areas of mobility, waste management and environmental monitoring. It currently has projects installed in more than 30 cities.

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