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Building a Smart City from the Parking Space Up

How Streetline helps cities become smarter, starting from a revenue-generating smart parking system.
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Justin Bean

on 30 January 2014

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Transcript of Building a Smart City from the Parking Space Up

Streetline
The Road to
Becoming a Smarter City


noun, plural cit·ies.

A city with the following attributes:
Thriving commerce
Sustainable communities
Safe, convenient, accessible
Desirable place to work, live, visit
Financial solvency
Parking affects all your constituents
Parker: Mobile Parking Guidance
ParkerMap: Free Parking Guidance for Websites
Easier parking
Faster commutes
More convenient shopping and entertainment
Lower emissions
Motorists

By 2008, half of humanity lived in cities

By 2050 70% of people will live in cities

Urban population is projected to double from 3.3B (2007) to 6.4B (2050)

Asia’s urban areas will grow by more than 100,000 people a day

Urbanization is Growing Rapidly:
Energy consumption will increase 50% in the next 25 years

Over the next 20 years, worldwide freight will increase over 60%

In the US in 2007, congestion costs from travel delay and wasted fuel totaled $87.2B

In 90% of the cities studied, rate of traffic growth was at least 15% greater than road expansions

This Growth is Stressing our Infrastructure:
What other trends are emerging that can help solve these issues?
The Internet of Things is Here:
So what does all this have to do with parking?
Global Big Data Growth
30%
Percentage of urban congestion that comes from people circling while looking for parking
6-14 Minutes
Average time spent looking for parking in American Cities
60%
of people have abandoned an activity due to parking
A 10% decrease in congestion brings:
A 2% increase in GDP
This amounts to 132,000 jobs in Southern California
Finding parking: Untouched by technology in the last 75 years
In Car Navigation Integration
More turnover
Easier for customers to find parking
Provide new services to customers
Merchants
ParkEdge: Off-Street Parking Publishing
Smarter Policy - Utilization
Smarter Policy - Time and Date Analytics
Workforce Productivity: Intelligent Enforcement
Violation Density Mapping
Enforcement Activity Analytics
Non Payment, Restricted & Timed Enforcement
Safety-No Chalking, No Searching for Violations

Guided Enforcement Results
Smart City [n]:
Using Data Brings Results
Temperature Sensing
Sensing in-ground temperature and correlation to ambient temperature

Alerting when to salt the roads
Measure urban micro climates, ID areas for urban forestry
Analyze impact of urban island heat effect mitigation

This area has medium vegetation coverage and single-side/high structural coverage, with median temperature readings in the overall deployment area
Neighborhood Temperature Trends
Gathering Light Data
Investigating Anomalies
Real-World Insights
Streetlight out?
Road surface temperature?
Sewer water level rising?
Low water pressure?
Noise violation?
Diminishing air quality?
What is your city doing to be smarter?
Violation Density Mapping
Enforcement Activity Analytics
Non Payment, Restricted & Timed Enforcement
Safety-No Chalking, No Searching for Violations

Workforce Productivity: Intelligent Enforcement
Gathering Light Data
Investigating Anomalies
Real-World Insights
Gaining Insights from Data
Location of streetlight outages
Smart City Sensing
Action: Fixing streetlight outages promptly
Reduce downtime
Improve public safety
Road Surface Temperature Sensing
Insight: Temperature Sensing
Sensing in-ground temperature and correlation to ambient temperature

Alerting when to salt the roads
Measure urban micro climates, ID areas for urban forestry
Analyze impact of urban island heat effect mitigation

This area has medium vegetation coverage and single-side/high structural coverage, with median temperature readings in the overall deployment area
Insight: Neighborhood Temperature Trends
Action: Road salting
Action: Urban forestry
What else can your city tell you?
Violation Location
Space-level violations in real-time
Record citation type
track exemptions and not-in-violation (NIV) actions

Workforce Productivity: Intelligent Enforcement
What else can your streets tell you?
Smart City Platform - Connecting the Real World
Networked sensing devices capture physical data
Mesh network transporting data to the cloud
Platform as a service (database, storage, APIs)
SaaS Applications - GIS Apps & Analytics
Off-Street Parking Guidance
The Economist Survey Question
In order of priority, which of the following areas would you like the authorities of your city to work on in the next few years?
Nearly 1/3 would reduce congestion before anything else
Data from a variety of sources
The Internet of Things
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