The V&A Waterfront in Cape Town is an iconic landmark situated close to the south-westernmost point of the African continent. Having been developed over more than 20 years as an integral part of South Africa's oldest working harbor, the V&A Waterfront today boasts the proud reputation as Africa's most visited tourist destination.
- 416 parking bays
- 6 Numeric displays
- 3 ZoneBuffers
- 1 BlockBuffer
- 3 Power supplies
- Control room
All the sensors are of combo configuration. The numeric displays have been placed at the entrance to each lane, giving the driver occupancy information on approach.
The particular section is allocated to one of the leading South African banks. Due to acute parking shortage in and around the V&A Waterfront it is vital for the management to have parking statistics and trends in order to optimize the available space.
Parking Guidance System can be used to get accurate information regarding the site occupancy. This information can be used to optimize the usage.
For example: It has been noted that the traffic is very low i.e. we had less then 500 records per day. This enabled the management to narrow the passages and add a few parking bays with out compromising convenience or safety.