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Martos takes its first steps towards becoming a Smart City with intelligent parking technology

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Moreover, with the Software Suite that is integrated with the Worldsensing parking management system they city can stay ahead of any challenges that may arise and can make fast decision based on real-time information of parking occupancy.

The initial stage of the project began with the placement of 30 sensors across the street known as Rodriguez de la Fuente and is expected to reach 150 parking sensors in total. Through these devices and information panels, citizens will be informed of the availability of parking in the area.

According to the mayor, Víctor Torres, this project “will allow the control and essential monitoring of different types of installations including lighting, detection of vehicles and pedestrians, parking sensors or smart pedestrian crossings” (full article in Spanish: http://ow.ly/S5hk30bRyG1). Worldsensing delivers this project with its partner Monrabal Empresa.

About Worldsensing
Worldsensing (www.worldsensing.com) is a widely recognized global IoT pioneer. Founded in 2008, the Barcelona-based technology provider delivers Operational Intelligence to traditional industries and cities. With over 50 employees in Barcelona, London and Los Angeles, Worldsensing is globally active and has already conducted projects in over 50 countries across 5 continents.

The company’s mission is to redefine the way smart cities manage mobility and how traditional industries operate infrastructures and assets. With a focus on developing integrated software and hardware solutions for both smart city and industrial applications, the company’s flagship products are its integrated City Operational Intelligence Solution Mobility, Loadsensing, the Connected Infrastructure Solution and Fastprk, its Parking Management System.

Worldsensing is an end-to-end provider, which develops projects, manufactures the necessary technology and commercializes it through a global partner network.

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