Urbiotica at Smart City Expo World Congress 2018
Urbiotica will be present at the Smart City Expo World Congress 2018 in Barcelona from 13th to 15th of November, and once again join the theme “creating together cities to live in”. We will be presenting the latest news and projects about parking management and noise monitoring solutions.
We are pleased to be able to tell you the details of our latest installations on 3 continents and in diverse and demanding weather conditions that demonstrate day after day the reliability of our system and keep us as leaders and benchmarks in the sector:
-Installation of counting sensors at the entrances and exits of the park & ride areas of several cities in Belgium to monitor and inform users in real time of the availability of free parking spaces and thus reduce traffic while improving user satisfaction.
-Deployment of parking guidance solutions, which guide vehicles to the available free spaces, as is the case in the City of Rosario (Argentina) in a project of 1,000 parking spaces or in tourist cities in Spain such as Calvià (Mallorca). It significantly reduces the number of vehicles circulating in search of parking and improves mobility in the area as well as the satisfaction of its citizens. Implantations by means of counting sensors or spot to spot sensors or even the combination of both as in Burlington (Canada), carried out without the need to remove the parked vehicles or interruptions in the service to the citizens.
-Control of loading and unloading areas. Teruel (Spain) is one of the projects to highlight where today the local police is informed in real time of the use and thus improves efficiency in the management of the area.
-Solutions to obtain real measures of noise levels, 24 hours a day, all week. An example is the Alicante project implemented with the aim of resolving conflicts, assessing compliance of the defined noise levels, evaluating the efficiency of the actions implemented and transparency with the citizens.
We have made our contribution to “creating together cities to live in”. Shall we tell you about it?
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