Streetline and Cisco Expand Collaboration

Streetline , Inc. and Cisco today announced that it has expanded join Streetline detection and analysis capabilities with Cisco IP cameras and video as part of the Internet of the portfolio of things – expanding the scope of detection capabilities and further enhance detection.

The new solution integrated parking management will be deployed on Cisco Smart + Connected City platform Wi – Fi provides an additional benefit of coverage Wi – Fi and additional services . Smart + Connected City Wi – Fi ™ is a solution that helps global cities provide connectivity throughout the city and establish a platform for the development of new services for citizens.

Streetline is a global provider of smart parking solutions for cities, universities and corporate campuses , while Cisco notes is the worldwide leader in networking that transforms how people connect , communicate and collaborate .

Last year, the two companies announced a collaboration and deployments hand connected parking in San Carlos , California and San Mateo, California Streetline parking sensors and application of authorized Cisco  Tips network residents find parking before reaching a location .

Sensors embedded in the pavement of the parking selected detect when a space is available . Cisco Braindumps Intelligent Network communicates with the sensors Streetline to aggregate sensor data during communication with applications Streetline to offer the availability of parking spaces . The intelligent network platform to capture and publish data on the Streetline free mobile app , Parker , showing real-time availability of these spaces in public places as well as off street parking and plenty , along with other information such as prices and hours of application .

The technology is designed not only to help people find the spaces, but also to help reduce traffic congestion and improve the management of the car parks . Nationally, experts estimate that 30 percent of urban traffic is caused by drivers looking for parking . Additionally, vehicle emissions resulting from drivers looking for parking are so closely linked that a year’s study found that drivers on a 15- block district in Los Angeles drove more than 950,000 miles , produced 730 tons of carbon dioxide and used 47,000 gallons of gas searching for parking . By reducing the time spent looking for a parking space , cities can take steps to reduce traffic emissions and the frustration of the driver in a central location.

“We are excited to be working with Cisco to advance solutions available to solve one of the most urgent problems facing the city: Parking ,”, president and CEO of Streetline , Inc. ” With the devices that combine various” revelation “and pressing the power of the platform of the city Wi – Fi Cisco , we believe that the city and the parking management can be taken to a whole new level . ”

” Intelligent services for parking have the potential to significantly reduce the overall congestion in cities around the world , and create a new experience for visitors , businesses and residents ,” , executive vice president of Industry Solutions and Managing Globalization officer, Cisco . ” Using the intelligence of the network as a way to connect what were previously unconnected areas opens a series of new service opportunities . In Paris , for example, the average motorist spends four years of his life trying to find a parking space parking . Through this partnership with Streetline , we believe that the network is able to provide a smarter way to deal with the challenges of a parking lot, and help create new monetization course for the city government . ”

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About Streetline, Inc.

Streetline ‘s mission is to make smart cities a reality through the use of mobile applications and web-enabled sensor . Streetline ‘s pioneering technology makes the parking experience easier for consumers , making cities more efficient universities .

Already deployed in over 30 locations in both the United States and Europe , patented smart parking platform Streetline detects the presence of a car through a wireless sensor network for ultra – low power consumption in individual seats located . Data from these sensors or counting equipment installed in garages and parking lots, are made available in real time through several cloud-based applications , such as Parker , the largest mobile application for consumers, and – Navigation systems – soon in the car . Earlier this year , Streetline ParkerMap ™ introduced an embedded widget that allows merchants , universities , cities, and providers to easily display parking nearby parking options through any website.

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Streetline is a privately held company headquartered in Foster City, California, with smart parking deployments in Germany , the United Kingdom and the United States , including California , Delaware , Florida , Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, New York , Oregon , South Carolina , Virginia and Washington, DC . The company was named one of the 10 most innovative companies d ‘ Fast Company in transport , as well as IBM Global Entrepreneur of the Year . Streetline was named Best Mobile Innovation for ” smart cities ” of Parker at the Mobile World Congress 2013 , and has been awarded the Sullivan Award for Competitive Strategy Leadership 2013 North American Frost & :

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