The SEG-A system is efficient parking management and law enforcement solution for parking providers
The concept of Smart Parking has attracted considerable attention of parking providers. Cities evolve towards sustainable parking ecosystems, innovation and adaptation in real-life environment. System SEG-A is changing traditional parking ecosystem. Core concept of SEG-A is the integration of data from different sources in a flexible and modular way. The appropriate combination of modules can be activated by in order to achieve a specific functionality. New modules can be added to the system without need to interrupt the running services. System utilize in real-time data transmission from professional hand-held devices, smartphones, pay-and display machines, sensors and web-based or mobile collection systems. Enables local authorities and parking providers to open up access to their data while keeping full control of base data and information quality. There is no ‘One Size Fits All’ solution to smart parking. The SEG-A system can be adjusted and deployed on customers’ needs.
SYSTEmEG Ltd. has the capacity to deliver the best ICT solutions, in a time and cost efficient manner.
SEG-A is really interoperable system across several dozen various cities in Poland.
Successful implementation of the SEG-A system in the City of Bydgoszcz
SYSTEmEG in alliance with SPRINT S.A. has deployed the SEG-A system in the City of Bydgoszcz, Poland. Our parking management and law enforcement solution for paid parking zones is a supplementary solution to the Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in Bydgoszcz.
ITS combines many elements aimed at improving city traffic control and smart parking management. Successful system implementation requires good understanding of every component of the Intelligent Parking Systems. We deployed and adjusted SEG-A based on customer’s specific needs. Now, in addition to the new state-of-the-art parking management, the Parking Authority’s officers can use multi-functional handheld devices. It makes their job easier and provides access to real-time data which improves enforcement efforts. For enhancing customer convenience, the City of Bydgoszcz set out to modernize its parking infrastructure in order to offer additional payment options on the new parking metres. The parking meters are wirelessly networked to Data Management System which provides the City with real-time data on vehicle occupancy.
The Public Roads and Transport Office in Bydgoszcz was awarded for the Best Implementation of Intelligent Transport Systems in Poland in the sixth edition of the Lider ITS 2015 competition.
The project was co-financed by the EU’s Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment.