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19 March 2018

 

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Tinynode shows vehicle detection solutions

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2018
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Tinynode is showcasing its high-accuracy wireless vehicle detection solutions for smart parking, based on purpose-built, lowest-power electronics and a multi-hop, self-configuring, self-healing, mesh radio protocol.

Thanks to patented technology that provides over 99% radio communication availability, 98% detection accuracy, and up to 10-year battery life, Tinynode A4 and B4 sensors prove a simple, cost-effective and reliable way to detect if a parking space is occupied by a car.

Sensors are fixed onto the road with either screws or glue (A4), or set into the road surface (B4). They connect single car lots to a network and transmit data about vehicle presence. This allows operators to remotely control parking facilities, monitor the number of available lots in a specific area, duration of each parking session and possible abuses, such as vehicles exceeding time limits, unauthorised parking in disabled spots or electrical vehicle charging stations.

Tinynode’s product range also includes G4 gateways, R4 and SR4 repeaters, and CT4 configuration tools to implement secure and reliable wireless networks for a number of parking-related applications. 

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www.pdxeng.ch/tinynode

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