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Simple integration into third-party systems

ISA adapts to your technical environment and communicates with third-party systems. Comprehensive exchange of data for holistic car park management can be provided with the following applications: 

Parking systems with entry and exit barriers

Such parking systems can only provide information on how many cars are in your car park. They cannot distinguish between parking and moving vehicles.

ISA Parkway, however, communicates the exact numbers of all parked and moving vehicles (which have not been parked yet) to the system. Due to this discrimination, more vehicles can enter your car park. So how does this work? Indect’s Single Space Administration System immediately notifies the parking system when a vehicle leaves a space. The entrance barrier opens and the next customer can drive in – while the car leaving is still on its way to the exit barrier!

Thanks to this feature, operators can use the full capacity of their car park: unused time from unparking until passing the exit barrier is no longer lost, because a new customer can immediately drive in. 

The same concept is applied to movements of defined customer groups. Thanks to the communication between ISA and the parking system, car parks with long-term parkers can benefit from optimal utilisation at peak times.

ISA transmits the occupancy of certain predefined user groups (VIP, special needs, family etc.) to the parking system.

ISA facilitates the creation of accurate statistics according to the users’ needs. 

Traffic guidance system

ISA transfers data on free and occupied spaces of individual parking zones to variable message sign systems.

Building management systems

An optional feature of ISA Parkway is data transfer to building management systems to increase security and optimize energy saving (for example, by providing data on noticeably long parking times, efficient lighting control). 

An interface to the lighting control system permits optimal illumination during the night. By communicating the position of vehicles parking during the night to the system, not only these vehicles, but also the ways to them are illuminated. After these vehicles have left, the lighting is automatically switched off.

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