Smart Curb Management
The curbside has always been a place for walking and loitering. But in just the past decade, smartphone technology has enabled new transportation services, all of them looking for their own bit of the terrain. The curb is home to bike share programs and cycling lanes that help their users get around safely. It’s a spot to pick up and drop off passengers (Uber, Lyft, Chariot, Via, public buses and streetcars, paratransit) and things (UPS, FedEx, Instacart, Postmates).
Cities have found creative ways to charge for parking spots, experimenting with tech that adjusts prices based on demand, and started to realize they need more tools to manage that valuable curbside space. It’s the most valuable space that a city owns and one of the most underutilized.
Our curbside management solutions provide some of these tools from measuring occupancy to enforcing specific by-laws relevant to the different sub-segments of the curb.
Parking is a tough problem, and it’s a common issue for many cities across the globe. Cities want to provide drivers a stress-free experience when they visit the city center and shopping areas. Parking can be challenging during busy times, and with traffic flow in and out of the parking areas, there needs to be a way to guide cars quickly and efficiently to speed up the parking process. Municipalities face the challenge of keeping businesses happy while also providing a welcoming atmosphere to customers when an influx of traffic occurs.
Our solutions empower cities to make their parking spaces smarter and fairer.
Poor city asset management leads to poor service, higher council rates, and an increased financial burden on citizens. Our solutions use Sensor AI for recognizing, tracking, and auditing assets in real-time to provide a complete digital map of various scenarios in cities in real-time. Our solutions help residents, city councils, and governments to understand, audit, and plan the future to cope with the growing urbanization of our cities.
Every year the lives of approximately 1.35 million people are cut short as a result of road accidents. Between 20 and 50 million more people suffer non-fatal injuries, with many incurring a disability as a result of their injury.
Road traffic injuries cause considerable economic losses to individuals, their families, and to nations as a whole and cost most countries 3% of their gross domestic product. More than 90% of road traffic deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries.
Our road safety solutions empower governments across the globe to address these problems.
Traffic and Tolling
Cities depend on accurate traffic data to reduce congestion and improve the overall travel experience of citizens. Unfortunately, data is often inaccurate, incomplete and expensive to obtain from all the locations necessary to make informed decisions.
Our Traffic analytics solutions are designed to address these challenges by delivering rapidly deployable solutions that are affordable and accurate. We even fix the errors being generated by existing systems.