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Parking occupancy sensors are produced by NHR with the purpose to detect the presence of a parked vehicle. Most societies today suffer from lack of free parking slots, where Acconeer plays an important role. Acconeer’s radar sensor (A1) enables occupancy detection which lays the foundation of an efficient system to detect the status of nearby parking slots.

 

With the aid of Acconer’s technology NHR parking occupancy sensors are enabled to recognize whether a parking slot is free or occupied. The recognition of vehicles is possible thanks to the A1 radar Acconeer offers, which can sense the presence or absence of a vehicle. The data and information offered by the sensors does not exclusively refer to free or occupied parking slots, it also includes recognition of illegal parked vehicles in illegal areas and rented parking slots which are not rentable for the public.

 

Information regarding parking slots is used by drivers in order to plan their driving in a more convenient and satisfactory way. The users also have the possibility to reserve specific parking slots, which is a great comfort to users and their planning. This valuable information and reservation-feature is highly desirable for users in busy-road cities, where the information can be used by the consumer to more easily find an empty parking slot. Criminal proceedings and other commitments in the event of incorrect parking become more easily implemented thanks to the sense of presence of parked vehicles which is enabled by the A1 sensor

 

The facilitating tracking of free parking slots will simplify for the individual drivers and it also fulfils an important function for parking companies thanks to the increased efficiency when it comes to usage of parking slots. This means an advantage for companies which have strategic parking slots close to the physical business, as the accessed information provided by the sensors enables optimal use of parking slots.

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What made you choose the A1 sensor from Acconeer for your product?

Our occupancy parking sensor required Acconeers technology, the A1 sensor to enable the presence recognition of vehicles. The product Acconeer offer is reliable and ease of development. The A1 sensor offers accurate information gathering regarding parking occupancy which is crucial for implementing the parking occupancy sensors. The A1 sensor was the right choice due to its high ability to easy fetch data and conducting data analytics. To collaborate with Acconeer as a company has contributed with great solutions which has facilitated our work with reliable and accurate parking sensors, says Johnson Chang, Executive Vice president, at NHR.

About NHR

NHR has been engaged in wireless communication and power solutions for over 35 years and continues to focus on meeting current and future market needs in Wireless Sensing Network. NHR's design center and factory are in Taipei, Taiwan, with a commitment to solving constraints from wires and cables through delivering intuitive, convenient, reliable, and rapid return on investment wireless solutions to customers. NHR's design center and factory are in Taipei, Taiwan, with a commitment to solving constraints from wires and cables through delivering intuitive, convenient, reliable, and rapid return on investment wireless solutions to customers.

Nietzsche is committed to delivering products and services of the highest quality that meet customer requirements, and exceed expectations in performance, value, and support. The Company's commitment to quality is shared among ALL company employees. As such, it is an integral part of their responsibilities with the top priority of total customer satisfaction. Nietzsche is committed to acomplishing operational excellence in all aspects of our business through continuous process improvements. Customers, employees and suppliers are essential to our business success and shall be treated with respect and integrity.

NHR solves the difficulties of finding a free parking slot by using radar-based occupancy sensors