As more people drive in cities, it can become difficult and expensive to monitor traffic congestion, parking space and violation.

One solution is to install parking and traffic sensors across cities’ infrastructure. These offer governments real-time information on parking space, congestion, speed, street and traffic lights, and weather.

City officials can use this to plan better, introduce new services like cashless payment, and improve traffic law enforcement.

The information can also be sent to drivers’ mobile devices, making it easier for them to plan their trips more intelligently and find parking space.

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