With 60% of the population expected to live in cities by 2050, city congestion will continue to worsen unless councils make a commitment to innovate.
Studies have proved that by implementing digital solutions in a city, it is possible to shave off 15-30mins off an average daily commute. This means less Co2 emissions, less congestion, improved convenience and mobility for city users.
By connecting existing IoT infrastructure, as well as CCTV we can not only monitor the live usage of car parks in our city, we can direct traffic to available parking bays. We can analyse the parking trends and behaviours to help improve future planning with the ultimate aim of attracting visitors and workers to our city, all whilst improving mobility and liveability.
City operating costs can be reduced, through the reduction of manual parking inspector checks, and the introduction of automatic infringements and digital payments.
VROC’s Smart Cities Digital Management Platform can benefit cities in the following ways;
- Reduce city congestion
- Improve convenience for city workers and visitors
- Improve urban mobility
- Analyse your parking data, trends and behaviours to help you plan for the future
- Direct traffic through real-time digital signage
- Improve security
- Reduce operating costs
- Improve air quality