A Smart Parking Management System is an ideal solution to show unoccupied parking spaces and guide parkers to quickly park in no time. Typically installed at shopping malls, airports, hospitals, office buildings, residential communities, etc., SPMS is composed of an Ultrasonic Sensor, Bay LED Indicator, LED Display, Data Collector, Center Processor, Software & accessories.
It dispenses hourly parking barcode tickets to gain access to the parking lots. While season parkers get access via self-service by swiping their cards close to the reader, i.e built-in the Entry/EXIT Station, or enter/leave without stopping if the window shield tag is read by the external long range reader. Typically the Entry/Exit Station is coupled with a Barrier Gate, Loop Detector, and optional devices, depending on the site requirements.
As one part of the parking management systems, a barrier gate stops unauthorized parkers from entering premises and gives access to authorized parkers.
When leaving, hourly parkers drive to the Manual Pay Station and give the ticket to the guard, and the guard scans the ticket by a barcode scanner which is connected to the MPS and collects cash. The charging data will be displayed and stored in the cash register.
Connected to a ground induction coil with two relay outputs, a loop detector is used to detect the presence of vehicles
Season parkers with Long Range RFID (LRR)
ENTRY: Reader reads tag, barrier opens
EXIT : Reader reads tag, barrier opens, creates billing record.
Season parkers with License Plate Recognition (LPR)
ENTRY: LPR reads license plate, barrier opens, stores image for security
EXIT : LPR reads license plate, barrier opens, presents parking costs
Other Season parkers
ENTRY: Season parker swipe proximity card onto entry station, barrier open
EXIT : Season parkers swipe proximity card onto exit station, barrier open
ENTRY: Entry station automatically dispense ticket or card to hourly parkers
EXIT : Hourly parker comes to manual pay station, gives ticket or card to guard
Know your customers
Multiple parking options:
Easy Bill Management
Eliminates shrinkage & Revenue loss
Reduce Operational expenses
Convenient Hands free entry/exit
In cities, large scale car parks with hundred/thousands of spaces are getting more and more common with the increasing vehicle population. People now face a problem parking their vehicles. Listed below are some facts about parking
Ultrasonic Sensor and Bay Indicator are installed at each and every parking space to monitor and indicate their occupancy status; when the sensor detects no car, the related indicator illuminates a Green color; when the sensor detects a car, the related indicator illuminates a Red color;
The Data Collector manages sensors in a group and collects information for calculation at the Centre Processor; the availability information is then released to a LED Display which will be installed at each and every entrance and intersection of the parking lot.
By telling drivers how many parking spaces are available before their entry to the parking lot and which direction to take in order to find one afterwards, we make parking a very simple and comfortable experience for them.
In a parking lot equipped with BioEnable PGS, drivers can find a space in the shortest time. Even if there’s only one last parking space available, they will be guided there fast and effortlessly.
Ultrasonic detection technology based units are installed right over the middle of the parking spaces (either on the ceiling or on the cable tray) to monitor the presence of vehicles and provide real-time information for the PMS system.
A high brightness LED indicator controlled by an Ultrasonic Sensor tells the occupancy status of a parking space through different color illumination. Normally red color indicates the space is being occupied; green, blue and yellow indicate space available.
It is the first component greeting drivers at a car park equipped with BioEnable PGS. Outdoor LED Display at entrances tell how many spaces are available in each floor while Indoor LED Displays at corners and intersection tell which direction to take in order to find one.
DATA COLLECTOR & CENTRE PROCESSOR
Data Collector serves as a bridge connecting the Centre Processor to Ultrasonic Sensors and a LED Display. It picks up sensor information, transfers to Centre Processor, and also helps to release availability information from Centre Processor to LED Displays. Centre Processor is the core of the PGS system and deals with data processing, information storage and release.
BioEnable’s Smart Parking Management System benefits drivers, parking manager as well as the society, the ROI mainly includes the following :