The Smart City Just Got Smarter
First, parking. And now, sound level and surface temperature sensing.
The smart city starts with smart parking
Parking is the second to third highest revenue generator for cities. Yet, according to Navigant Research, cities are losing up to 40% of possible parking revenue through inefficiencies. With smart parking, these inefficiencies are significantly reduced to provide an estimated a 20 – 30% increase in parking revenue. So unlike many smart city initiatives, smart parking delivers a return on investment. How’s that for smart?
Get smart on parking and have the flexibility to add sound level or road surface temperature
The beauty of the Streetline platform is that once a city is on the smart parking journey, you always have the option to add on sound level or road surface temperature detection with no additional hardware or infrastructure.
By measuring these city elements in real time, you can maximize resources and funds, respond in real time as issues happen, analyze trends and set policies based on data, and also reduce the environmental footprint of your city. And, perhaps most significantly, you can improve the way we live and work in our cities.
If your city could talk, what would it say?
We would love to hear what your city has to say, too.