Camera-based video analytics that directly and indirectly streamline transportation for everyone in the community. Automotus video analysis software runs on cameras overlooking busy streets, monitoring traffic and curbside activity to streamline and optimize the management of Indianapolis's most sought after real-estate.
- Live Parking Guidance
- Bus Loading Zone Monitoring
- Uber & Lyft Monitoring
- Multimodal Transportation Data
- Curb Parking Enforcement
- Automated Parking Payment By License Plate
Live parking guidance helps drivers find available spots in real-time, reducing traffic caused by drivers searching for parking.
Automotus offers a bus loading zone management solution that monitors these high-traffic areas and alerts enforcement officers when they are blocked by unauthorized vehicles. Riders want to get to their destinations––when buses can enter and exit stops quickly and easily, they can get there on time.
Uber's & Lyft's presence continues to grow in Indianapolis, as does their impact. TNC monitoring captures data ranging from volume & turnover to curb non-compliance that will help the city understand the extent of ride-sharing companies’ impact locally and better regulate them going forward. Using data-driven policymaking will enable city administrators to designate optimal pick-up & drop-off locations, assess downtown entrance fees during times of high traffic, and more.
Multimodal transportation data covers every conceivable mode of transportation to provide administrators with analytics at a granular level to help them understand how to best allocate resources and adjust policies based on data from the field. Video analytics account for buses, cars, bikes, scooters, TNCs (Lyfts & Ubers), and pedestrians, measuring volume for each category while also collecting more nuanced data points such as parking turnover, spot occupancy, and compliance for passenger vehicles.
Curb non-compliance is a major drag on traffic and is difficult to enforce with limited resources. Camera-based enforcement can help to reduce non-compliance by automatically detecting violations for time-limited and digital pay-by-spot parking, then either alerting enforcement officials of violations or directly issuing a citation to the driver.
Automated pay-by-plate lets drivers skip the meter and automatically pay every time they park by simply linking their license plates to their payment information online (compatible with digital payment systems). This eliminates time spent by drivers paying for parking, prevents drivers from overpaying for parking, and increases turnover.