PARKING SPACE MONITORING SYSTEMS FOR MUNICIPALITIES
Nwave wireless parking occupancy sensors provide per-spot parking technology to solve long-standing city parking challenges
The search for a vacant parking spot is a daily cause of stress and frustration for many drivers. On a larger scale, it leads to more tangible problems ranging from traffic congestion and pollution to lost retail and parking revenues. Nwave parking occupancy sensors work on a project-by-project bases or as part of a smart city parking system.
Unauthorized Parking Detection.
There are some areas permanently banned from unauthorized vehicles, like loading zones, bus stops, fire hydrants, sidewalks, street crossings, railroad crossings and others. Nwave smart city parking system can notify authorities of illegal or unauthorized parking, allowing them to ensure compliance easily.
Nwave parking space occupancy sensors detect overstays and notify operators in real time of violations. Our solution detects up to 10x more violations than manual methods and allows Community Service Officers to focus on writing tickets instead of spending most of their time tracking car stays.
DATA ANALYZED OVER TIME
Actionable Data Intelligence
Nwave analyzes the parking data over time to generate information and actionable insights. These data can be used to identify underused spaces and direct traffic to them, optimize pricing policies, and encourage the use of alternative transportation.
Why Choose Nwave?
Nwave has already helped multiple colleges and universities to leverage the potential of smart parking.
Smart City Infrastructure
Universities are traditionally in the vanguard of innovation, promoting sustainability and adopting green practices. Implementation of Nwave’s parking space detection sensor technology can pave the way for other smart technology both in your school and its neighbourhood, making you a pioneer in innovation in your community.
Nwave: the best parking sensor kit
Up to 10 years battery life
Up to 3 mile range
5 seconds detection time
Firmware updates over Bluetooth
Extended ﬂexible APIs