Wireless sensor Sensit from the Nedap company allows to detect free parking spaces and to send the information about parking spaces occupation to the Invipo server. The system then allows to monitor the total time of parking and overtime parking, it helps to navigate into free parking spaces and also to prepare overviews and statistics about parking zones usage.
„These days we are finishing a very extensive project with Nedap and we believe that the joint realisation in Izmir will start our long-term cooperation on next commissions not only in Europe,“ said the Executive director and co-owner of CROSS company Mr Thomas Juřík. According to Juřík, the company is also creating a mobile application for drivers that will give them updates about free parking space.
The Dutch company Nedap established 1929 is a multinational technological leader with a diverse portfolio, from development to delivery of complex solutions. The company operates in areas of traffic counting, intelligent parking systems, security, health care, retail, and plenty of other fields. More about Nedap here.
"Our InVipo won from more than ninety nominees, which we consider a great success. It also suggests that the product is among the top software solutions that fully respects and supports the concept of Smart City, allowing to not only fulfill the vision of smart mobility, but the smart city as a whole," said Ing. Tomas Jurik, director of the company.
InVipo impressed the jury because it turns the concept of Smart City into reality by integrating a variety of data, including the intensity of traffic, parking options, arrival times, weather or even closures into one user-friendly web platform. InVipo is able to collect data, for example from management systems of intersections, public transport, parking areas, CCTV systems, monitoring systems of traffic intensity, and also from city services and other urban information systems. The output results in overviews, statistics and reports on traffic conditions, it can be used as a tool for influencing and directing traffic, and it can also be used as internet and mobile applications for drivers and the general public. In the same way Invipo can offer insights and information from other areas of city life, such as culture and sports.