Smart Parking solution can reduce
- Traffic volume: -8%
- Gas emissions: -40%
- Km. travelled: -30%
- Time spent: -43%
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Driving around looking for an available parking spot:
By 2050 66% of world population live in urban areas. It requires new mobility plans of metropolises.
IoT Solution for Parking
There are large numbers of vehicles that need to be positioned appropriately to avoid congestion. In such situations, a Parking Guided System provides drivers with directions and accuracy in terms of parking their vehicles.
Libelium has integrated radar technology in detecting the availability of parking spaces aiming to meet the growing demand for greater precision of smart parking devices.
The new smart parking node improves detection and stability performance thanks to a radar sensor that allows precise detection (99%) of vehicles parked over the device.
Radar detection system
Radar technology offers improved performance compared to magnetic or infrared detection devices.
They are not vulnerable to magnetic interference and do not give false positives for vehicles parked in double rows.
The performance is more consistent in any condition of luminosity, more stable in case of long-stay parking, and is not affected by the proximity of traffic movements such as buses or heavy trucks.
The maintenance is much easier as the devices are not affected by dirt, dust, rain or oil spills.
Triple installation option:
Wireless communication protocol
When the device notices a change in the parking lot status, it sends the data to the cloud through the LoRaWAN network.
Radar Parking Sensor
Smart Parking Sensor Technolgy is a radar sensor device that allows the detection of parking availability indoors and outdoors.
Libelium and Prosegur installed 100 parking nodes in the most emblematic hotel in Madrid.
Mobility management and the environmental impact caused by traffic are two of the major concerns for many municipalities today.