Improve campus safety, and decrease traffic congestion, circling, and even being late for class.
Streetline has several solutions to help you get on the road to smarter parking – from kickstart packages to real-time sensing solutions. Although the smart cities term is often thought about for cities, universities can benefit significantly from “smart city” initiatives.
Streetline’s Campus Parking Accelerator
A fast, low-cost turnkey solution that can be up and running in just five days for $4,995
A three-product bundle where Streetline does the heavy-lifting for you so your campus is on the road to smart parking in five days:
- Parker™, our award-winning motorist guidance app named Best Mobile Innovation for Smart Cities at the Global Mobile World Congress
- ParkerMap™, our embeddable map that shows nearby parking locations that can easily be dropped into any website
- ParkEdge Premium™, our parking management system that let’s you update information on the fly
A real-time and historical suite of apps, sensors, and networking
Interested in providing and monitoring real-time availability of spaces, including ADA or EV charging station spots, or seeing trends through analytics? Wish you knew how to allocate your parking permits better? Then ParkSight is for you.
A web-based portal that let’s you put your parking information on the web and smartphones
ParkEdge is a web-based parking information platform empowering universities to publish real-time parking availability as well as static information via Parker™, the market-leading parking guidance app for smartphones and the web.
- Self-publish parking facility location, hours, and policies
- Provide real-time availability to motorists
- Communicate parking changes to students, staff and visitors
- Publish within minutes to Parker™
- Feature an embedded parking map widget with the ParkerMap™
Success Story: Oregon State University
Learn how Oregon State University has partnered up with Streetline to make parking easier on campus for drivers with disabilities as well as the campus – including visitors – as a whole.