As the population of cities grows, there is a need to rethink mobility as we know it and focus on sustainability.
For this reason, smart cities must work to improve the way citizens move around cities, with the aim of combating pollution and the excessive use of cars and other vehicles.
One way to achieve improved mobility is through smart parking solutions, which make it easier to find parking in urban areas, improving traffic flow, favouring local commerce and the satisfaction of inhabitants and visitors.
Moreover, the application of these solutions not only applies exclusively to urban areas, but can also be applied in car parks, airports, hospitals, shopping centres, natural spaces or park and ride facilities, infrastructure that will become increasingly relevant as emission limitation policies are implemented.
Finally, smart cities may be able to take advantage of the data generated by parking sensors to obtain information about the city. This data can then be used to improve infrastructure, energy efficiency and city services.