How does Parksen deploy its smart parking in China?

The smart parking industry continues to evolve as an increasing number of cities struggle with congestion and inadequate parking availability. However, nobody knows that how a company deploy it. The most common question is: “but how do you deploy?” Well, let’s discover it together!

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE SYSTEM

When Parksen goes to a city, it will conduct a research to find out the problems of the city’s infrastructure. Most of the government really wants to know how to improve the problems, so they are willing to conduct plans with Parksen. When they know that the solutions Parksen brings to the cities could effectively reduce CO2 or ease the traffic jam issues, they want to join the pilot project, and start to see the benefits of using Parksen’s solutions.

STEP BY STEP

The pilot project would usually last for 3 to 6 months; Parksen starts by deploying the agreed IoT devices in the pilot area. Afterwards, we connect the municipality to our backend platform to start accessing real-time information about its parking spaces. After six months we deliver the municipality the full solution, with both SAAS, IoT and with cutting edge AI, to optimize their parking sectors. The solution also helps the cities to reduce air pollution.

After all the measurements, Parksen will write a report for the city governments, to show them that Parksen is helping the cities reducing air pollutions, save energy and money. Currently, Parksen is doing the pilot research for free, since it really wants to help the cities to improve the environment.

WHEN IN CHINA

Take Xiamen as an example, Parksen wants to help the city to conduct a Pilot project. The company Xiamen Road & Bridge Information Co. Ltd has shown interest in Parksen’s Green, Smart and Connected City Platform. They know that Parksen’s platform has been used by more than a hundred municipalities in the Netherlands for several years now.

Xiamen Road & Bridge Information Co. Ltd. hopes to deploy Parksen’s Platform and IoT devices in more than 55 cities across the People’s Republic of China. But before that, they would like to know if Parksen’s platform could really make it easier for drivers to find and pay for parking, while fighting harmful smog and pollution by decreasing the time it takes for them to reach their destination and the amount of fuel it takes to get there.

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