MobiliSis is developing cutting-edge electronic equipment with a considerable amount of innovation, planning and research into the development process. The most recent equipment is primarily intended for machine-to-machine and internet of things markets; better known as M2M and IoT. Being an industry pioneer, MobiliSis is the first company in Germany which begun implementing Smart parking lot applications using this technology.
M2M and IoT technology
M2M functions as communication between devices, machines and assets to exchange data with people or management systems. What does this mean for you? This technology, used in wireless parking sensors can greatly aid in the free flow of traffic, finding available parking spaces and in turn contribute to an eco-friendly approach.
Expanding on the Smart angle, IoT indicates physical objects that are embedded with sensors and linked through wired or wireless networks. Smart cities are essentially built on the foundation of IoT technology and result in phenomenal cost saving and revenue increasing opportunities within the parking industry.
Within these two markets, Smart City is a currently trending process. Smart cities are part of MobiliSis’ vision and one of its primary goals, which was set when the company was founded. Fulfilling that goal involves research and development of hardware and software components which enable quick and easy connection of things that surround us to the Internet, thus completing the idea of IoT. Things connected to the Internet are more practical to operate and make people’s lives easier.
Practical advantages of Smart technology
MobiliSis developed and implemented sensing technology that collects accurate data about occupancy of parking spaces on street, parking lots, airports, ports, and others, regardless of environmental or traffic conditions. Synergy of data from parking lots and fleet management applications contribute to savings in both energy and other resources.
Largely due to the expertise of Donald Shoup, a widely regarded expert on the economics and availability of parking, it is estimated that a third of vehicles in urban environments are actually seeking for a place to park. Drivers of such vehicles tend to drive slowly or block the road altogether trying to back into a parking space. Sometimes they also don’t pay attention to other drivers or pedestrians, thus causing accidents with significant damage or even serious injuries or deaths of others. With that in mind, MobiliSis is trying to help make our daily lives easier and safer by reducing the chaos on urban streets using a concept of Smart parking lots.
MobiliSis harnesses the power of Twitter
We all know that today millions of people use social networking. Wave 7, a study conducted by Universal McCann argues that connectivity, change, learning, advance and identification are five essential needs which back all consumer interactions. These five needs are the main force behind social media usage. Smartphones started a worldwide trend of twenty-four seven online capability. Twitter is one example of such a popular online application. MobiliSis uses the power of Twitter and its sensing technology to interact with users looking for a parking spot. With a simple tweet, users can get information about how many parking spaces are unoccupied in their desired parking lot. To get info about unoccupied parking spots, Twitter users simply need to mention @MobilisisBot along with the name of one of the supported garages in a tweet. Within a minute, users get a reply in the form of a custom info-graphic showing how many parking spots are currently unoccupied in total and on specific levels within multi-story garages.
See it in action at https://twitter.com/MobilisisBot
The MobiliSis team consists of experts who have year-long experience in the field of magnetic field sensors as well as in hardware and software development.
From the development of the hardware, the programming of the entire software (decision logics, firmware, communication, etc.) to the manufacturing and conception of comprehensive systems you will get all elements from one source.
For further information on the portfolio of MobiliSis and MagSense please visit the website under http://mobilisis.eu