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Frequently Asked Questions

Control Software

  • How is communication established between the parking areas and the central Control Software?

    Typically, parking areas in urban areas are equipped with an automated management system and an ADSL line for connectivity. Therefore, the central server is installed in an office or building also equipped with an ADSL line. The most simple method for establishing a connection between the parking and the central server is to use these lines for communication over the Internet.

  • How does the Control Software communicate with the InfoPark Indicators or the Variable Message Panels?

    In an InfoPark system, devices are usually installed on the side of the street, along sidewalks or within hedges. In sites such as these, it is rather complex and costly to establish connectivity by means of an ADSL or LAN line, and therefore the most simple solution is to use a non-cabled GPRS/UMTS connection. All devices are therefore equipped with GPRS/UMTS modems to guarantee this type of solution. Should the InfoPark indicators be installed in an area where cabled connectivity is available, the indicators are also equipped to work in a LAN.

  • Can the data regarding parking also be read and analyzed by third-party software?

    Yes, this problem has already been faced and resolved in various systems. A classics example might be the displaying of such statistics on the City Hall’s website so that all residents may view them.