Through a competitive bidding method California’s Sausalito city has chosen a very low power type of wireless occupancy sensor and real-time parking control solution from Streetline Inc.
Streetline, a leading vendor of wireless parking occupancy sensors, offers controls and sensors for communicating and monitoring with the linear and stationary assets. Linear assets include fire hydrants, vehicle traffic lanes, parking spaces, parking meters, and almost any object near or on streets. Streetline uses data gathered through ultra low power devices for providing software as a service in real time for enhancing productivity and revenue at reduced expenses.
The Streetline system will help in managing the 538 metered parking areas in four municipal parking groups and will be enforced on all seven days of the week.
Streetline is integrating with the TicketManager citation management of APARC Systems and paystations of Siemens. The Streetline system gathers parking occupancy information automatically, including arrivals and departures of all vehicles through a patented very low-power type of sensor technology along with a portfolio of parking management applications. This system will be installed within a month and will empower the city managers to enhance the parking control officers’ productivity and improve parking enforcement.
Streetline’s CEO Tod Dykstra informed that the city’s choice of Streetline along with the interface with space parking solution of APARC/Siemens will help to create one of the world’s most enhanced parking management systems.
Situated at the San Francisco bay’s northern end Sausalito boasts of a picturesque waterfront community, with the city measuring just 2.2 square miles and having a population of around 7,500.