Manage the needs of diverse user groups: Through centralized and flexible control.

The synergistic diversity of its users is what creates a strong sense of community within a mixed-use development. This user diversity is also what complicates the effective management of a shared parking facility.

The traditional way to deal with this complexity is to segregate a parking facility into nested areas – each with its own barrier gates. By contrast, a camera based Park Assist® smart-sensor system enables you to serve disparate user groups within a facility in a more transparent and organic way. Without the installation/maintenance costs of additional gates and partitions. And without the loss of valuable parking spaces in the process.

The data to empower better decisions.
Including the negotiation of leases.

Since every vehicle that parks in a Park Assist monitored facility is identified through our integrated License Plate Recognition (LPR) technology, the core system keeps track of exactly who’s using your garage, how often and when. As a result, you get a complete and accurate picture of how much parking capacity is truly needed by the various tenants within a mixed use facility. This unbiased data is invaluable when negotiating favorable parking leases, and for making operational decisions across the board.

Maximizing the flexibility of your facility.
Fine-tuning allotments on the fly.

The parking demands for a mixed use facility can change from day to day, and even from hour to hour. As opposed to having rigid areas for various tenants and functions, a Park Assist smart-sensor system empowers to you to shift capacity among user groups as needed. This, for instance, can enable you to ensure ample spaces for commercial/business users during the workday – and to unlock unused spaces on nights/weekends for increased retail activity and special events.

Testimonials

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Key Extensions for Mixed Use Facilities

Park Insights  |  Park Command  |  Park Alerts  |  Park Surveillance  |  Park Reserve  |  Park Portfolio

Case Study

FIGat7th | California, USA

Representative Projects:

Kustwerk Katwijk

Katwijk, Netherlands
Completed: 2013

Roosevelt Collection

Chicago, Illinois
Completed: 2013

Ernst & Young

Fig At 7th
Los Angeles, California