Texas A&M University’s Cain Garage is the first site in the USA to offer fully-integrated wireless Nedap sensors in combination with the INDECT ultrasonic parking guidance system.
The newly built 1434 space garage is utilized by a wide range of patrons including students, faculty, permit holders and game day visitors. In such a busy environment, accuracy is paramount.
“Traditionally, parking guidance in open-air environments has relied on ‘zone-counting’ technology,” said Dale Fowler, Director of INDECT USA. “However, this technology has systemic inaccuracies and can require daily manual adjustments.”
According to Fowler, having a sensor on every space ensures counts are consistently 99.9 per cent accurate and provides management with exact day-to-day data without the need for manual intervention.