Following on from our announcement in December 2017 of the City of Adelaide contract, we’re pleased to announce that the ground has been broken on the project.
The project is now well and truly under way, with the initial install of 55 sensors completed and another 2,800 scheduled to be installed by the end of June.
We recently had the Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Martin Haese, on site to watch the first sensors going in, and 9 News were also there interviewing the Lord Mayor and passing citizens - to very positive reviews.
SmartSpot Omnis are also going up on the city streets. These collect data from not only Smart Parking’s sensors, but any other sensing device the city wishes to install, from lighting to air pollution, and more.
Smart Parking is also busy developing a customised app - Park Adelaide - which will be launched once the hardware install has been completed. This affords drivers visibility of available bays, sends reminders when their time is running low, and allows for remote topping up if more time is needed.
It’s been great working with City of Adelaide on this project, and helping them realise their goal of becoming a smarter, more liveable city.