Cities are using more and more data. This can be used to improve liveability for residents and help reduce operational costs. The data used by these Smart Cities largely comes from sensors. However installing a fine network of sensors is labour-intensive and costly. Which is why Parkius offers a cheap and practical alternative. Using the […]Read more
"Parkius facilitates smooth introduction of efficient and user-friendly digital parking enforcement"
1. Scanners mounted on a car or moped take photos of the number plates of all the vehicles passed. 2. The Parkius application recognises the scanned number plates with an accuracy of 99.8 per cent. 3. The scanned number plates are checked against a linked database for a parking permit or payment 4. In the […]Read more
Parking has an ever-increasing impact on public spaces and on the social and political agenda of municipalities world wide. Effective parking policy is vital to ensuring that the built environment in which people live and work is pleasant and remains an attractive location for businesses. While rising costs and revenues also mean that the financial […]Read more
The traffic situation in municipalities depends on a large number of variables. Particularly in the larger cities, both traffic density and parking pressure is very dynamic. These factors are also often inter-related. For example, easily 20 per cent of the people driving around in an urban environment are looking for somewhere to park. In a […]Read more
Amsterdam: 100% Digital: maximum efficiency The city of Amsterdam has been leading for years when it comes to digital parking enforcement. Already in 2008, digital enforcement was introduced by the scan car of ACI and the back office application of Parkius. Cition, the enforcement organisation of the City of Amsterdam, now employs a fully digital […]Read more