MSR-Traffic: The New Led Matrix Cube CUBI Announces Itself Brightly
MSR-Traffic GmbH presents another new product: The LED matrix cube CUBI provides intelligent parking management.
MSR-Traffic GmbH in Pocking is further expanding its product portfolio in parking management. The LED cube (IP45) with a power supply unit is ideally suited for ceiling mounting indoors. The CUBI is particularly used in intersection areas of multi-storey car parks, as various messages in the form of texts, symbols, numbers, and arrows can be transmitted on the 4-sided displays to regulate traffic.
In a safe and reliable manner, the occupancy status of the parking spaces is displayed and the person looking for a parking space is guided to the next free parking space. The LED cube is used in particular at bus and train stations, in stadiums, restaurants, and shopping centers as well as a signpost, remaining space and handicap display or as an animated display above charging stations.
Due to the amazing visual performance and the modular construction, there is the possibility to use the cube both indoors and outdoors as a traffic sign in parking management.
The status of the individual parking space is detected dynamically and in real-time with subsequent information transfer via a serial / Ethernet interface to the LED cube. The occupancy status is then visualized via the integrated LEDs.
Benefits in Parking Management
- High luminosity
- Brightness control via the light sensor
- Robust and practical housing
- Energy-saving LED technology
- Support of animations, images, text, clock, temperature, etc.
MSR-Traffic offers innovative sensor technology that enables counting and single-place detection of vehicles in indoor and outdoor applications. Drivers are quickly guided to the next available parking space via dynamic traffic control technology or via an app. In addition to the development, production, and sales of intelligent parking guidance systems, MSR also provides support in planning and installation on site. www.msr-traffic.de
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