But why is this occupancy creating this parking pressure? Which people are parking at the car park? When are the peak moments of parking? This will all be answered in the ‘car park research’ performed by Brickyard. Questions will be answered to determine if there are enough parking spaces or if they are not managed correctly.
Collecting parking data
Earlier this year, Brickyard’s license plate recognition (ANPR) cameras were installed at the entrances and exits in the car park of the hospital, these cameras register all the cars that enter and exit the car park. The employees were asked to provide their license plates for administration, the visitors can easily register their license plates at ‘registration tablets’ in the hospital.
The collected license plates were immediately anonymized and organised into formerly known and defined employee- and policlinic groups. After this step, the collection of data started and Brickyard’s specialists could begin creating their reports about parking occupation of the car park. These reports show total occupancy, and also divide this per user group and time period.
Now that all data is collected, Brickyard is busy creating an advisory report that brings all collected data together in a conclusion, which allows the specialists to create a personalized advice about the mobility- and parking policy at the hospital. To inform all employees and visitors about the current research, Brickyard also took care of the communication on the car park and the entrances.
Prevent unnecessary, expensive expansion
An efficient parking policy will lead to optimisation of the use of your car park, which will benefit both your employees and guests. A parking research with an accessory advisory report will provide insight, and prevents unnecessary expansion of your car park with high costs. Are you interested in a ‘car park research’ or would you like to have more information? You can contact us by phone (+31 20-7028800) or mail (email@example.com) .