20% more revenue per parking space
Generate additional revenue
Analyze parking spaces
Suboptimal use of parking area:
Currently, parking spaces are usually permanently assigned to one tenant. This results in vacancies when the tenant is not using the parking space. Parking spaces at commercial locations are empty at weekends or during the week due to home offices – and the parking space at home is empty during working hours. At the same time, there is high parking pressure in many cities.
Digital parking management and additional revenue
By commercializing the parking spaces via digital platforms, they can be made accessible to the public. The digitization of the parking space allows effective and simple rental with optimal control. The parking situation on site is eased by an increased supply of parking spaces.
We supply digital infrastructure for parking spaces and enable flexible rental via an app. The rental platform is provided by partners.
Flexible parking space rental process
We create the infrastructure with the help of sensor technology
The sensors generate resilient real-time parking data that can be integrated into any software system.
What the press says...
Sensors ensure fair parking management
Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) reports how our sensors ensure a customer-friendly parking situation (starting at 5:00).
Video in German
– 07.10.2020, Westdeutscher Rundfunk Köln
Parking space free or occupied? Sensor on the ground provides information
""More and more parking spaces in Leipzig are being equipped with sensors. Small boxes in the ground signal whether parking spaces are free or occupied - and for how long. In the future, an app will make it easier to find a parking space."
Article in German
– 22.07.2018, Leipziger Volkszeitung
Sensors drive away unruly long-term parkers
"The Aldi store in Filderstadt-Bernhausen has recently had its private parking spaces monitored electronically. The reason is the large number of third-party parkers due to the proximity to the train station. The system is in line with the current trend."
Article in German
– 05.02.2020, Stuttgarter Zeitung