Reports & Graphs
The reliability of the sensors we use (and how we mount them) means IntelliPark provides car park owners and operators with 100% accurate car park audits. These traffic flow reports (pictured right) and graphs (below) are viewed both on the clients’ computer (which Holman supplies, and which has the SQL database and Holman's proprietary Reports program installed on it) and through a graphical web interface (developed by Holman).
Many reports are available, including ones generated by date, zone or sub-zone, by single node, by In/Out sensor, as a daily summary, the total number of cars present in the car park (at any given moment), what bays are empty or occupied and how long a bay has been occupied. Holman can also create custom reports. Live data can also be published on web pages for users of the car park to view on apps on their mobile phones or tablets.
The IntelliPark system has three carpark area classification levels: zones, subzones and subzone groups. This allows car parks to be grouped into any type of grouping that is required: casual/permanent, staff/students, precincts etc.
Above: IntelliPark Count table of vehicle movements in and out of SkyPark car park. The LED signs can be programmed to display either 'FULL' or 'NEARLY FULL' when the sensors have counted a certain number of incoming vehicles for each level.
Above: IntelliPark Count graph of vehicles that have entered each level of the SkyPark car park.
Above: IntelliPark Monitor map of Aldi Undercover - Reserved/Pool sub zone, as viewed on the Holman web interface. The red cars indicate occupied bays, while the small green squares are vacant. The larger green bay ID 'labels' can be clicked to show occupancy logs for each bay (log times can be specified).
Above: The web-based software allows you to create graphs and reports.
Live data can be published on a clients’ website for car park users to view on apps on their mobile phones or tablets. The above image shows the real-time parking availability feature in the University of Canberra Mobile app, comparing availability to the same time a week earlier. An interface that provides patron information and access for maintenance of the system can also be provided through a mobile web interface. The advantage of this over an “App” is nothing needs to be downloaded, it just works in the standard mobile web browser.