Wednesday January 31, 2018

USpace Smart Parking Internet of Things Case Study

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Parking in Taipei is at a premium, with strict parking controls that are enforced by the city with heavy fines for illegal parking. In this environment, it is common for residents to rent out their personal parking spaces to commuters and visitors through apps from a number of different providers.

To ensure that only authorised vehicles park in these spaces, Chunghwa Telecom has developed an NB-IoT powered smart lock that can be used to prevent unauthorised parking. The lock is bolted to the floor and can be raised or lowered

Chunghwa Telecom is aiming to create a new market with the smart lock, as limited parking resources across Taipei can be utilised more effectively to meet growing demands for parking with the use of this technology.

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