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For this German town, ParkingPilot sensors have been the much needed solution to battle illegal parkers while keeping citizens happy.
Home office, contact restrictions, closed shops – COVID-19 has brought public life to a halt. This can not only be seen through mobile data, but also through parking data.
Startups were selected based on certain criteria, including technological expertise, scalability of the business model, its growing number of employees and the company's reputation. (Article in German)
Funded by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure and as part of the Clean Air 2017 - 2020 Immediate Action Program, we are proud to provide the Oberelbe Transport Association (VVO) with real-time parking data to make it easier for passengers to find a parking space. (Article in German)
Smart City System takes home the Best Pitch Award at the first ever fully Virtual New York & Silicon Valley German Startup Night. A program with a talented network of mentors and great connections in the US market.
The Oberelbe Transport Association (VVO) in Dresden is one of our original partners and in their 2018-2019 report display our Smart Parking solution and the added value it brings to those in region. (Article in German)
The article describes how our parking sensors make supermarket parking monitoring easier and eliminates the cumbersome parking disc. (Article in German)
The article reports in great detail on how our sensor system works and provides an overview of upcoming Vodafone projects related to Smart Parking.
Golem.de writes a detailed comparison between the Bosch parking sensor and our system. It delves into technical details and explains the different functions as well as advantages and disadvantages of the sensors, giving our system a better review in the end. (Article in German)
The Swabian newspaper reports on our Smart Parking solution, which we presented at the congress Zukunft 5.0 in Oberkochen. (Article in German)
Galileo reports on the progressive digitization of parking areas using ParkingPilot sensor technology on one of Germany's largest private television stations. (Article in German)
The news magazine Focus reports on Smart City System sensor technology. By using ParkingPilot parking sensors, parking spaces can be digitized without much effort and at low cost. The acquired data creates transparency for parking lot owners and users. (Article in German)
Parking Pilot helps external service providers to control customer parking spaces: On the one hand, this ensures that no illegal long-term parkers block the valuable parking space for customers of retail stores and, on the other hand, the effectiveness of the service providers is significantly increased by allowing inspectors to be deployed where they are needed at the time. (Article in German)
Smart City System's parking sensors make parking management easier for car park operators. The Leipzipger Volkszeitung reports on our cooperation with K + S Parkraum Service. (Article in German)
Parking Pilot's goal is to dramatically reduce the amount of traffic searching for a parking space and thus also the environmental impact and frustration of finding a parking space in city centers. Together with our partners we want to achieve this goal as quickly as possible. (Article in German)
With Parking Pilot from Smart City System, supermarket customers save themselves the trouble of setting a parking disc and find a parking space faster thanks to the effective prevention of illegal long-term parking. (Article in German)
Vodafone presents our cooperation at the Smart City Forum in Niederrhein. Together with Smart City System and other partners, Vodafone is making cities more attractive. (Article in German)
Smart City System was founded in 2017 by five young entrepreneurs. Read more about the founding and idea behind Parking Pilot in the linked article! (Article in German)