Hewlett Packard Enterprise takes part in the implementation of Smart Parking

HPE, an IEM partner as a major player in Internet of Things, deploys its universal platform for intelligent parking.

Presentation by HPE

The technology of the future, PrestoSense detectors aim at improving city traffic flow through different applications. Installed directly on the ground, the sensors detect the presence of a vehicle and its parking time. This information is transmitted through the telecommunication network of Internet of Things (LoRaWAN). They are then transmitted to the operating systems: Presto1000 for the parking activity analysis, control optimization and sensors maintenance and PrestoPark to inform motorists of available parking places.

HPE offers a connected platform for the Internet of Things allowing joining several sensors. It integrates support of PrestoSense detectors and Presto1000 and PrestoPark solutions. This application, suitable for IEM solutions, was presented by HPE at their conference last September in Boston. Jeff Edlund, CTO of HPE’s Telcos Group, gave a demonstration. To learn more click here.


With an installed base of over 30,000 parking meters across Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, IEM is one of the world's leading manufacturers of smart parking solutions. 

Bsaed in Geneva/Switzerland, the company develops, designs and sells state-of-the-art parking solutions ranging from parking meters, vehicle detection sensors, payment apps to management software and digital parking services. 

IEM's fully integrated portfolio of on-/and off-street parking solutions help parking operators as well as municipalities to address the most demanding mobility challenges of today's Smart Cities. 


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