OpenSpace by Parking Logix guides cars that are looking for spots right into your indoor lots. Unlike other solutions that are limited by type, OpenSpace works in all indoor spaces including off-street, garage, and rooftop. Sensors installed in rubber speed humps are simply installed at the entry and exit points of your lot. With no wiring or drilling needed, your cost is significantly less without compromising on accuracy.
Data from the sensors is accurate up to the minute and sent wherever your patrons need to see it. A sign conveying availability data is displayed outside your lot. Widgets let you send the data to your website, so parkers can see info before they head out. Integrated API lets you show open parking spot data on apps as well. With OpenSpace, your parkers have all the info they need at their fingertips to guide them into your lot.
Keeping track of parking spaces in your lot keeps your customers happy and it improves your parking management too. While many parking guidance systems only work in outdoor lots, OpenSpace is an outdoor and indoor parking counter system that can keep track of available spaces in your parking lot. By letting drivers know where they can find a parking spot in your car park, you make people more likely to use your parking facilities while also increasing your own revenues.
What Does OpenSpace Actually Do?
The OpenSpace outdoor and indoor parking counter system counts vehicles as each vehicle enters and exits your lot. The ultrasonic sensor counts the number of vehicles and displays that data on LED signs as well as via parking apps and your websites.
By keeping track of data of cars only upon entrance and exit, the OpenSpace indoor parking counter system ends up costing you a fraction of the price of other vehicle detector systems. The easily accessible information lets drivers know what they can expect. It also gives you valuable data on parking occupancy and usage to help you better manage your facility.
Using a system like OpenSpace also helps you improve accountability when you have an unmanned indoor lot. You can calculate what your total income from the indoor parking lot should be for the day when you see how many cars entered and exited the lot. This lets you know whether drivers are paying for their spots or if there’s an issue that needs to be addressed.
Data from the OpenSpace indoor parking counter system can clearly show you at what times overcrowding is becoming an issue. This can help you better manage your parking assets and communicate with drivers to let them know when there will be limited parking so that they don’t waste their time looking for parking spots when there aren’t any.
Want to find out more about how OpenSpace can be the indoor parking counter system that’s right for your parking facilities? Contact us today.