Wireless parking occupancy detection aids traffic guidance
At Intertraffic, Nedap will unveil an important expansion of its Sensit system for wireless parking occupancy detection with an innovation called ‘Sensit E-Parking License’ to increase easy traffic guidance to available spaces and enforcement of parking spaces designed for disabled and permit holders.
Sensit wireless parking occupancy detection of individual spaces is already available to allow for easy traffic guidance to available spaces and efficient enforcement in on-street applications. With E-Parking License, a small in-vehicle device placed behind the windshield of the vehicle also allows for visible verification by enforcement officers. As soon as the vehicle is parked in a parking bay, the EPL contacts the wireless Sensit network to register that the vehicle has parked in the designated bay. If a parking space is occupied by a vehicle without an E-Parking License, the Sensit system will alert a parking officer who can be directed to the location for verification and to issue a fine.