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No More Chance for Wrongly Parked Buses in the Climatic Spa of Altaussee, Austria

MSR has installed 200 outdoor sensors and a parking guidance system at the popular holiday resort.

MSR-Austria GmbH equips the popular holiday resort in the Salzkammergut with over 200 outdoor sensors and a dynamic parking guidance system from MSR-Traffic, Germany. Using wireless magnetic field sensors installed on the floor of the parking spaces, the occupancy status can be transmitted to the control center (via the PGCC) via a gateway and range amplifier in a matter of seconds. In addition, information signs (type ParkGard® RoadSigns) point out free capacities and ensure precise traffic guidance.

In the ParkGard® Control Center (PGCC) a query has been programmed which Black parking sensorssends an automated message to the customer via email if three adjacent parking spaces are occupied simultaneously within a short period of time – thus the probability is very high that it is a bus which has parked across at least three parking spaces.

The intelligent parking guidance system for the climatic spa of Altaussee also relieves the parking pressure that has developed in recent years. The parking guidance system developed by MSR-Traffic serves primarily to better guide tourist traffic and reduce the volume of traffic in search of parking spaces.

Wireless magnetic field sensors detect the occupancy state of the parking space. The magnetic field sensor with a detection accuracy of 98% is one of the most reliable parking sensors on the market with long service life and excellent weather resistance. It detects the occupancy of the parking space and records how long the parking bay was occupied by a vehicle. Since the vehicle detection system reacts immediately and reliably to any change in parking usage, it is suitable for outdoor parking spaces and on-street applications and helps to optimize parking space management. The simple installation only takes a few minutes per parking space.

The data from the magnetic field sensors is transferred from the road to the cloud platform via a multi-sensoric network. There, a sophisticated algorithm detects in real-time whether a vehicle has arrived or left the parking bay. Several sensor data can be transferred simultaneously.

Computer, tablet and mobile screens showing series of graphs

The ParkGard® Control Center (PGCC) is used to control, visualize, and manage one or more parking guidance systems from MSR-TRaffic, Germany. For example, it can be used to determine unauthorized long-term parkers or parking offenders. Communication between hardware and software is carried out via Modbus-RS485/TCP-IP. The PGCC is responsible for the control of the parking guidance system, the storage of historical data, the compilation of statistics, the visualization of the current operation, and the communication with other systems. All configuration data, parking data, and statistics are stored in a SQL database. The ParkGard® Control Center works as a web server and can be operated worldwide on any PC using a web browser, provided the local PC is connected to the Internet.

Further details on MSR-Traffic products can be found in the MSR-Traffic Online Catalog.

About MSR-Traffic MSR-Traffic

MSR-Traffic is the manufacturer of state-of-the-art parking guidance systems for indoor and outdoor applications, from the idea to the turnkey parking guidance system. MSR-Traffic from Lower Bavaria offers innovative sensor technology that enables counting and single place detection of vehicles in indoor and outdoor applications. Drivers are quickly guided to the next available parking space via dynamic traffic control technology or an app. In addition to the development, production, and sales of intelligent parking guidance systems, MSR also provides support in planning and installation on site. If you have any questions, please send us an email or call us.

For more information see www.msr-traffic.de

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