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Interview with new Monotch solution partner Sentors

Get to know our new solution partner Sentors in the below interview with founder Sander Maas.

Can you briefly explain what the activities of Sentors are and what your specific expertise in the field of traffic and transport is?

Sentors is a supplier of camera systems which are able to recognize sea containers and are placed at entrances and exits of container transits, depots, factories and shippers/warehouses. Sentors registers all container-related information that is important in the operation and planning of these organizations. This usually starts with the registration of the unique container identification code, but the container type and a dangerous goods indication are also included. The same applies to the license plates of the truck and trailer with which the container is transported, and in case of a train we also register the wagon code. This information is then bundled and forwarded to the planning software in real time.

The benefits of the camera system are time savings, error checks whether the correct container is on the right trailer, and a billing check. The information can also be used as evidence in disputes in the event of container damage. A major advantage of our approach is the modular set-up and flexible deployment. We can already start with one camera and existing infrastructure such as masts can be reused.

We mainly focus on logistics applications, but for multimodal modes of transport (water, rail and road). This means that our applications are also conceivable for traffic and transport, such as measuring how many containers are transported by road or rail or registering the transport of dangerous goods.

How do Sentors and Monotch work together and what is the added value of this collaboration for Sentors?

The added value of working with Monotch is actually twofold for us. On the one hand, it concerns the sector in which Monotch is active. With our products we also see opportunities for applications in the traffic sector and Monotch already provides solutions for accessing traffic data with which municipalities and provinces are familiar. So if we are going to do traffic measurements for road authorities, then we could open this up to Monotch, and Monotch can further enrich this with other data sources, create dashboards on them, and make this data accessible to different users.

On the other hand, it concerns Monotch’s technical platform. Our solutions are aimed at serving one organization that owns the camera system and the site itself. But as soon as this is accessible for multiple users all with different rights and interests, whether or not supplemented with other data sources, you get completely different dynamics and need expertise around data governance. So who can see what, and how do you draw up these data governance rules? Monotch already has a lot of experience with this and has arranged this in their TLEX platform for, among other things, the traffic control systems (TLCs). Both aspects are also reflected in our collaboration in the DALI project at the Port and Industrial Estate of Moerdijk. Here Sentors takes care of the container registration at the entrance and Monotch uses this data and supplements it with other data such as gates and TLCs, and makes this data accessible.

What do you expect from the Monotch partnership?

We have been working together for a year now in the DALI project in Moerdijk and the collaboration already feels familiar. Paul Potters and I have known each other for several years before we started working together, so that also helps. We are now looking at options for further rollout of our joint solutions, especially at the intersection of traffic and logistics. For example in industrial areas, or public traffic applications with a logistics element such as container transport. We are actually complementary to this, both in terms of market focus and in the technical field. I expect this to be applied into more projects in which we will work together in the short term, not only in the Netherlands but also in Belgium, for example.

Camera system ensures efficient container registration at Port of Moerdijk
Interview with new Monotch solution partner Sentors
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Data platform UDAP is the new smart mobility standard

The Dutch Urban Data Access Platform (UDAP) has been live since the 1st of January 2021: offering one central data platform where all information about smart mobility can be received and sent. Menno Malta founder of Monotch and supplier of the software for the platform and accompanying dashboard explains how it works in the SmartReads of the Smart Mobility platform of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. “All intelligent traffic light controllers (iTLCs) in the Netherlands use the new platform, but much more is possible.” Smart mobility requires a smart exchange of information between road users and road authorities. On behalf of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, UDAP has been developed to enable fast, reliable and easy data exchange between road authorities, road users and service providers.

Application
UDAP is expected to provide direct benefits for more efficient traffic flows in many municipalities and that a range of diverse service providers is able to develop all kinds of useful in-car information services based on the data. For example, UDAP can give priority to emergency services and also warn other traffic users via the service providers (app or navigation). Malta: “If you are the only one on the road at night and you use Flitsmeister Onderweg or RingRing, then, in principle, the connected traffic lights will always give you a green light.”

Opportunities
The implementation of these applications lies with the users, but UDAP facilitates the underlying data exchange. That makes a lot of applications possible. Malta: “From time to green and advisory speeds for road users via apps to prioritizing road traffic at intelligent intersections. But in the future, we can also use it for measuring tire pressure via sensors and all kinds of other data. We expect that several thousand additional infrastructural objects will be connected in the coming years.”

Send large bulk safely
The distinctive strength of UDAP and the software is the mass of volume that the system can receive and send with ultra-low latency. “The platform is built to exchange large volumes quickly and securely. In the first practical case in which all Dutch iTLCs are connected, we immediately see the result. An example: within a few milliseconds data travels from the iTLC on the street to UDAP and on to the applications of road users along the way.”

750 operational iTLCs on UDAP
Safety and speed are a requirement, but also a major challenge. The rules for connection to UDAP are therefore deliberately strict. “At the moment there are approximately 750 iTLCs that are operational. For each iTLC it is recorded how quickly it responds to the data sent. If that response falls outside x number of milliseconds, the software will issue a warning. If the response time is not adjusted, we disconnect that iTLC from the system. After that, it must first be demonstrated that the iTLC meets the requirements again before it can be reconnected to UDAP. These audits are important to prevent strange data from intervening that does not belong on the platform. Not every road operator can be connected to UDAP just like that. Continuing to test extensively for conformity to the quality requirements is an important measure in order to ensure the data security.”

Click here for the full Dutch article on the Smart Mobility AMA site.

 

 

 

Successful launch of the Dutch Urban Data Access Platform
Camera system ensures efficient container registration at Port of Moerdijk
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Successful launch of the Dutch Urban Data Access Platform

With a successful go-live on the 5th of January and three well-attended information sessions in early 2021, the Urban Data Access Platform (UDAP) has officially been launched. All road authorities and certified service providers in the Netherlands can now use the numerous data services of the new national data platform, which was developed as a data exchange point in the Talking Traffic chain on behalf of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management. In recent weeks, all intelligent traffic light controllers (iTLCs) have been linked to the platform. In the coming years, that number will increase further and other objects will also be connected to UDAP, such as bollards, sensors, and measuring systems for tire pressure and height clearance. Thanks to the ultra-fast data exchange via UDAP, intelligent infrastructure can make an important contribution to traffic flow, road safety, and sustainability in the Netherlands.

What do the initiators say about UDAP?
As initiator and client for the development of UDAP, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management expects UDAP to bring benefits. In particular, the Ministry expects a more efficient flow of traffic and further development of information services for road users. In addition to the data exchange, useful functions have been added to UDAP such as quality control, quality monitoring, a link to other objects besides iTLCs, and a function to define the policy rules for vehicle priority. “In the coming year we will not only gain more insight into the data exchange with intelligent objects and the impact on traffic flow but also, for example, for applications for road safety and sustainability,” says Vincent Habers, Senior advisor ITS and responsible for the implementation of UDAP on behalf of the Talking Traffic partnership.

Monotch provides the data link for UDAP, the in milliseconds reliable exchange of intelligent TLC data and vehicle travel data. Menno Malta from Monotch explains how this platform works: “UDAP receives data from various roadside systems, regardless of the supplier, and automatically sends this data to the road authorities. Conversely, UDAP also receives (anonymised) travel and vehicle-related data from road users. In addition to the use of the TLEX I2V software platform for UDAP, we monitor the quality, security, and privacy of the data exchange. The status of all data is made transparent in dashboards. As of the 1st of March, road authorities will proactively receive notifications and advice for follow-up when the connection to the linked objects is lost. For questions about UDAP reports and protocols, road authorities can contact a special helpdesk that is also supported by the traffic managers of MAP traffic management (MAPtm).”

MAPtm, a company specialized in operational traffic management, assisted Monotch in setting up the quality controls of the data. Together with Monotch, they also formulated the performance indicators for all intersections in the Netherlands. These performance indicators are continuously monitored via UDAP and revised every six months. Where necessary, MAPtm also provides road authorities with traffic engineering support for the Information, Priority, and Optimizing services via UDAP. MAPtm’s Nuno Rodrigues, states that the more iTLC and vehicle data are used, the more impact we will notice on the road networks.

Direct added value for road authorities
During the information sessions, road authorities, service providers, and suppliers of roadside systems had the opportunity to already get acquainted with the data services and linking options of UDAP. They are enthusiastic about the possibilities, as UDAP now offers them extensive monitoring and reporting functionalities with information about the status and data flows of the connected roadside systems. Road authorities are especially happy that everything is organized on a single platform.

According to Jaco van Veldhuijsen, Smart Mobility project manager at the Province of Utrecht who also participated in the test before the delivery of UDAP, the convenience of having everything in one place and with a direct view of all connected objects and data flows is a gigantic step forward for road authorities. “In this way, we keep an eye on and keep control over the traffic flows in the region and we immediately receive notifications in the dashboard when something goes wrong in the data exchange. Based on the advice received following the report, you can then find out where the data flow is stuck. It is also possible to adjust the priority regulation ourselves and in the event of calamities and road works we can also intervene in the system and pause the connection for example.”

Smart routing over the network with the help of TLEX
Data platform UDAP is the new smart mobility standard
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Smart routing over the network with the help of TLEX

In the ‘Slim sturen’ (Smart Routing) project from SmartwayZ.NL, road authorities and technology vendors are informing service providers about applied traffic measures. All with the aim of having more influence on traffic flows and providing road users with even better information. By providing them with accurate and up-to-date travel information service providers are able to inform their users about adapted driving routes in case of accidents, major events and work activities. Monotch plays an important role in realizing the technical data chain. For the TLEX platform not only collects traffic-related information and prepares it for distribution, but also supplies it to service providers who are able to process the provided information in navigation applications and disseminate it among (road) users.

Collaborating in the traffic chain
Unique in this project is the involvement of industry parties who mapped the entire data chain up to and including service providers. Under the banner of SmartwayZ.NL, Altran, Goudappel, MAPtm, Vialis, Scenwise, Monotch, Be-Mobile and Innovactory jointly developed a Proof of Concept in which all involved data chain parties have carried out tests in the cities of Breda and Roermond in order to offer a complete information flow. This involved digitizing the information, as well as the technical chain tests and ultimately setting up a working digital network vision.

By using the TLEX platform, Monotch provided combined static information (defined traffic scenarios according to the network vision) and dynamic data (start, upscaling, stop of scenarios) accompanied by a traffic management context, enabling navigation providers and service providers to supply better travel advice. This means that road authorities have gained more influence on the traffic flows.

Digitizing a network vision
The ‘Slim sturen’ (Smart Routing) project is also related to digitizing the network vision of road authorities. With the project road authorities would like to optimize their ‘desired’ use of the road network by sharing information. By sharing the desired result of the traffic control scenarios – which measure is used, where and when – but above all by sharing their network vision. The network vision also forms the basis for traffic management measures that are used to keep traffic flowing. Service providers can thus inform road users about the use of traffic management rules and advise on the most socially desirable routes, for example in the case of road works, events and accidents. In this way, the service provider is able to support the road authority in realizing its policy goals.

This “underlay” for navigation systems gives service providers an insight into the desired use of the road network and therefore lays an important basis for suppliers of navigation software in including the network vision into their maps and travel information services. With the ultimate goal: realizing safer traffic and a better flow of traffic.

For more information about the ‘Slim sturen’ project, you can watch the Dutch Smart routing animation.

Monotch wins European tender for Dutch Urban Data Access Platform
Successful launch of the Dutch Urban Data Access Platform
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Monotch wins European tender for Dutch Urban Data Access Platform

The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management has selected Monotch as supplier of a nationwide C-ITS platform that will provide data exchange between road users and roadside systems such as intelligent traffic control systems, barriers and sensors. The C-ITS platform, called UDAP (Urban Data Access Platform) will make an important contribution to traffic flow, road safety and sustainability in the Netherlands. In addition to the delivery of their TLEX I2V software platform Monotch will also be responsible for overseeing the quality, security and privacy of the data exchange.

National data platform
At the end of September Monotch signed a 4 to 8-year exclusive contract with the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management for the data services. All intelligent traffic light controllers in the Netherlands will be using the new platform, which will be fully operational from January 1st 2021. UDAP receives data from all kinds of objects (regardless of the supplier) and delivers this automatically, but conversely also receives (anonymised) travel and vehicle-related data from road users. UDAP uses TLEX, which was previously applied in the Innovation Partnership Talking Traffic. The data collection and exchange via UDAP is of important added value for both road users and authorities, as well as for knowledge and research institutions.

TLC use cases immediately live
Right from the start in January 2021 the TLC (Traffic Light Controller) use cases ‘informing, prioritizing and optimizing’ will deliver major benefits for municipalities and road users. Such as informing road users (Information service), in which data from TLCs can be used to inform and advise road users about advisory speeds for a green wave, time-to-green and time-to red e.g. Or prioritizing certain road users (Priority service), whereby emergency services, freight traffic, public transport and cyclists can get priority at traffic lights. But also optimizing traffic flows (Optimizing service), where data from vehicles is used for traffic control, so that traffic can flow more smoothly over a longer distance and on larger parts of the road network.

Further upscaling
The number of connected intelligent TLCs will be scaled up nationally in the coming years. In addition, other types of objects are currently being linked, such as tire pressure measurement systems, bollards and sensors incorporated into the road surface. Many thousands of objects will be connected within a few years.

Reliable, fast, safe and clear
To the core task of UDAP, the in milliseconds reliable exchange of intelligent TLC data and vehicle travel data, four important extra functions were added, namely: quality control, quality monitoring, a link with other objects and a Priority Broker Configurator function. The status of all data is clearly displayed in dashboards with, among other things, the status of the connected objects, the extent of data exchange, tests whether a vehicle is authorized, and real-time reports on use cases.

Vincent Habers, who supervised the European tender on behalf of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management for the public-private partnership Talking Traffic, indicates that Monotch already has a great deal of experience in working with intelligent TLCs. “With UDAP we will go one step further with the service. We expect that UDAP will immediately yield benefits for traffic flows in many municipalities and that a range of different service providers can develop all kinds of useful in-car information services based on the data”.

Monotch and Dynniq announce global partnership
Smart routing over the network with the help of TLEX
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Monotch and Dynniq announce global partnership

Monotch and Dynniq announce global partnership to speed up further C-ITS rollout

The use of mobile equipment and the rise of the Internet of Things offer unprecedented opportunities to manage mobility smarter and more efficient. Data technology allows people, devices and systems to communicate with each other and share information. This is also applies to Cooperative ITS, which enables communication between vehicles and infrastructure. By using real-time data exchange, road users are better informed, traffic can be prioritized based on their characteristics and traffic flows can be further optimized. With a global partnership, Dynniq and Monotch have joined forces to make ITS data exchange easier and make existing technology even smarter.

Thanks to smart technology, Dynniq connects road users with roadside systems. This enables in-car information, which helps road users to make better decisions. And generate traffic information that is used to help road authorities to manage traffic more efficiently. Cooperative ITS will play an increasingly important role in informing road users on speed, accidents, approaching emergency services etc. Monotch developed a special data exchange platform called TLEX I2V, realizing a real-time data flow with different objects from different suppliers of different road authorities, made available for solutions from different service providers.

Solid basis for further rollout of C-ITS technology
By entering into a global partnership, both parties can strengthen each other. Thanks to the partnership, technology supplier Dynniq is able to better respond to the governments desire to realize a central Cooperative ITS data hub. This enables an increase in the use of Cooperative ITS services and offers numerous revenue opportunities such as upgrading roadside systems and Cooperative ITS applications, data analysis etc. Dynniq and Monotch have previously worked together in the Talking Traffic partnership and European projects such as C-Mobile, MAVEN and GLOSA and turned the C-ITS architecture into a solid foundation for sustainable, safe and smart urban mobility.

The combined market-ready solutions make a significant contribution to traffic prioritization, traffic optimization and real-time information to road users. Both companies believe that collaboration is essential for the further rollout of C-ITS technology. For the implementation of C-ITS and fully autonomous vehicles remains dependent on the supporting infrastructure, regulations and collaboration between interested parties.

“Thanks to the interface with TLEX I2V from Monotch, we can make our traffic control equipment even smarter. In addition, the interface can be used to improve service provision to special road users such as emergency services and trucks. This gives us the opportunity to optimally serve our customers, ”says Peter Broekroelofs, CDO Dynniq Group.

Menno Malta, CEO of Monotch, is also pleased with the global partnership with Dynniq. “This is a great way to connect our expertise and technology. This cooperation clearly shows that ecosystem solutions are the basis for improving the mobility system. And that Dynniq and Monotch are proactively working on C-ITS.”

About Dynniq
We help to manage mobility flows in our society through advanced ITS technology solutions. Our mission is to enable people, data and goods to reach their destinations safely, sustainably and efficiently. These are exciting and dynamic times as new technologies, opportunities and businesses are disrupting the traditional traffic management market. This is the world we live in, and this is the world in which we as Dynniq make a difference by touching the lives of millions of people every day.

Over decades, we have gained profound knowledge and experience. Our solutions enable the development and efficient use of mobility flows that create a vital and strong infrastructure.

Renewed ANWB Onderweg App provides travellers with pre-trip parking advice
Monotch wins European tender for Dutch Urban Data Access Platform
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Renewed ANWB Onderweg App provides travellers with pre-trip parking advice

The ANWB Onderweg App offers everything you need on the road, ranging from current traffic information, ANWB Traffic Jam Alert in case of delays on saved routes, a reliable route planner, to parking advice (rates and locations) and paying parking fees throughout the Netherlands. The app has recently been updated and expanded with a number of useful options. Determining the best parking space in advance is one of the new functionalities of the app. Via the integrated Parking API of Monotch, detailed and up-to-date parking data from all over the Netherlands becomes visible.

Parking advice at home on the couch
After a major update of the ANWB Onderweg App, according to Mark de Bruin – Strategic Marketeer at ANWB, you can now get pre-trip parking advice about the best available parking space at the destination where you are or want to be later. Users of the app can now enter their destination and expected arrival day + time at home and then receive a total overview of parking rates, street parking, garages & parking areas, P + R options and bookable parking spaces around the destination. And if you can park for free within walking distance of the destination, the app will also report this. In this way, travellers are optimally prepared for the road and search traffic in the city centre is limited.

Based on its goals, mission and vision, the ANWB operates at the interface of mobility, vacation and leisure and therefore offers a wide range of activities in the sphere of influencing, products and services, information and advice. For the parking data throughout the Netherlands, ANWB has chosen to make it accessible via a Monotch API. Via the ‘Car Parking Netherlands API’, Monotch provides parking data, locations, rates, current occupancy, zone codes and various reservation options. This allows users of the ANWB Onderweg App to make a good choice where they want to park their car.

The complete and detailed parking advice, the good preparations and a suitable offer have ensured that both parties are in good spirits to put a convenient but above all successful solution on the market.

We are proud to be able to contribute to the success of the ANWB Onderweg App.

For more information, please visit: https://www.anwb.nl/mobiel/onderweg-app/parkeeradvies-met-anwb-onderweg

 

Radiuz selects Monotch as its parking data partner
Monotch and Dynniq announce global partnership
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Radiuz selects Monotch as its parking data partner

Provider of integrated mobility solutions, Radiuz, can now offer even more parking service to its customers with the ready-to-use and easy to integrate Parking API from Monotch. Via the API, parking data about locations, rates, current occupancy and zone codes can be provided, as well as reservation options. After intensive preparations, testing and good cooperation in all areas, Radiuz has chosen to add the parking data from Monotch to its Mobility app. The choice fell on Monotch because of the complete package of realtime parking data and parking functionalities. This way, Radiuz’s improved parking services are able to provide even more convenience for travellers and for service providers extra turnover and technical support. Monotch is proud to be able to contribute to the success of Radiuz.

Partner in mobility
Starting point of our new partner, Radiuz, is that in everything we do, the question must be asked: what moves you and where do you want to move? As an employer or employee, but especially as a person. Mobility brings us closer together. With family and friends. In sports, culture and work. It brings us to this afternoon’s meeting and tonight’s appointment. We want to increase the feeling of freedom by simplifying mobility. “Mobility as easy as water from a tap.”

As part of one of the main players in the European mobility market, the Autobinck Group, Radiuz wants to create an ecosystem to fulfill this mission. For the parking data in the Netherlands, Radiuz has chosen to apply this via the Monotch API link. “Since all activities of Monotch are aimed at strengthening sustainable mobility and increasing travel pleasure, the match was quickly made.”

The detailed data, the good preparations and a suitable offer have ensured that both parties are proud to work together to put a great, but above all successful mobility solution on the market. This allows users of the Radiuz app to make a good choice where they want to park their car.

About Radiuz
Radiuz is a leading provider of integrated mobility solutions that, with its own digital platform and back office, makes all forms of transport and related services accessible. Mobility cards based on the Radiuz platform integrate services such as: the use of all public transport modalities, fuel refueling, electric charging, parking, taxi use, (private) leasing, etc. Radiuz unburdens its customers by organizing business travels, administering and reporting. Radiuz is able to provide barrier-free access to a complete range of modalities and also offers freedom in mobility choice, in terms of modalities and providers, and always based on the needs of the user.

More information about Radiuz can be found at www.radiuz.nl.

Webinar infra data Brabant Logistics hotspots
Renewed ANWB Onderweg App provides travellers with pre-trip parking advice
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Webinar infra data Brabant Logistics hotspots

Discover the opportunities of infrastructural data for Brabant logistics hotspots during a LCB webinar on 17 September

Imagine that available data is able to contribute to a better traffic flow for business parks and cities and that camera recognition provides a better view of the transport of dangerous goods. Data is recorded via all kinds of systems and sensors, which is very relevant and valuable for and around the logistics hotspots in Brabant. With new techniques, more and more data can be recorded and made accessible. We also have options to convert the data into real time information.

On 17 September from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm, the Logistics Community Brabant will present two projects in an online webinar that show how available infrastructure data is translated into valuable up-to-date information for road authorities, safety regions, logistics service providers and road users.

• DALI participants Sentors and Monotch will present the DALI project DATACLEP in which data from relevant sensors on the industrial estate of the Moerdijk Port and Industrial Area is made available in real time.
• And the Atlas Liveable City of Logistics Community Brabant visualizes how the infrastructure in Brabant is actually used and how the flow to and accessibility of locations can be improved. And digital in our case always means topical.

In addition to the project presentations in this webinar, there is also a panel discussion on how these projects can be applied more widely in Brabant.
Be informed about the possibilities of now and the near future!

Sign up
You can register here for the online webinar from 17 September, 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm. A few days before the webinar you will receive the login details and the telephone number for asking questions via WhatsApp.

DALI testing ground
Under the name DALI (Data Science for Logistics Innovation), concrete applications of data science in the supply chain are realized on the basis of business cases. DALI is a testing ground for taking data certification in the logistics sector of the Southern Netherlands to a higher level and thus making the sector future-proof.

18 companies, including Monotch, participate in the DALI testing ground and have inserted their own business case. The aim of the DATACLEP collaborative project in DALI is to work with the port authority Moerdijk and the province of Noord-Brabant to also make Monotch’s data technology applicable for logistics hotspots. In DALI, Monotch strives to make an automated data platform of real-time data from sensors such as cameras, entrance gates and traffic lights nationwide available for end users such as motorists and customers of the port company.

If you have any questions about DALI and the DALI projects or if you have ideas to take datafication in the logistics and supply chain sector in the South of the Netherlands to a higher level, please contact Bas Groot via groot.b@buas.nl.

Parkers adjust travel behaviour during corona crisis
Radiuz selects Monotch as its parking data partner
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Parkers adjust travel behaviour during corona crisis

Generally, one in three parkers search for information about parking before they travel. Via search engines, navigation and parking apps or municipality websites. In corona times and the new 1.5 m distancing economy, this number is even higher and parkers plan their journey even more carefully.

Growth in use ‘Prettig Parkeren’ sites
Parkers who want to have up-to-date parking information are increasingly consulting the Prettig Parkeren (pleasant parking) website or municipality parking sites that use the ‘Prettig Parkeren’ widget. Monotch developed this widget based on the need to keep cities liveable, more attractive and accessible. This not only gives municipalities a better insight into the parking registration data but also provides them the ability to monitor the occupancy in parking garages and on the street. And visitors and residents are able to see at a glance where there they can find available parking space. This way, search traffic in city centres can be significantly reduced.

Corona proof parking services
A number of Dutch cities have also supplemented the Prettig Parkeren widget with a Book & Park functionality. This way, parkers can immediately reserve and pay for a parking space via the municipality site. And that is great news in corona times, when parkers mainly want to pay safely and contactlessly.

Convenience for everyone
The aim of the ‘Prettig Parkeren’ site is to make parking information accessible and transparent to everyone. It also offers service providers the option of making parking garages or lots bookable on a neutral platform and the real-time parking information can easily be integrated into apps and services via an API.

Carefree parking
Analysing the data from the parking widget, we see a clear tendency for parkers to adjust their travel behaviour and opt for convenience and safety. For example, we see that people travel more consciously and plan their journey even more carefully than before. As a result, we see that the informative ‘Prettig Parkeren’ website including interactive maps is already being used more than before the corona crisis. We also see that the reservation of parking spaces continues to grow and that the number of reservations per month is already at the level of before corona.

More about the ‘Prettig Parkeren’ site, see here.

More about the Monotch TLEX Parking Platform see here.

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