IoT Smart Parking Sensors Assist with Improved Services for Disabled Users

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By Harriet Sumnall | 4Q 2021 | IN-6385


Ensuring the Disabled Road Users are Able to Park with Ease


Sutton Council in South London, United Kingdom, is trialing the use of internet-enabled sensors to improve the services that are available for disabled car users. The sensors that are being provided by the UK-based Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions Group and will be offering insights on the usage, frequency, and duration of the stays in the given disabled spaces. Sutton Council is deploying this project so that it can enable them to make better informed decisions in the future for parking within the borough.

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Smart parking solutions are becoming more frequently adopted to help ease the task of parking in major cities, airports, and shopping centers. Smart parking can be offered in different solution types, from those offering specifically parking space availability to those that manage payment on top of the parking availability. Parking in large facilities, especially at busier periods of the year such as the holidays, can be a task in itself, and though dis…

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