LED’s Park bicycle detection installed at bicycle storage Knoop in Utrecht

On April 12, Utrecht has opened the new bicycle storage ‘Knoop’ which is located next to the railway station. The bicycle parking facility has room for more than 3.000 bicycles spread over three floors. Thanks to LED’s Park travellers will be assisted in finding an empty spot or their bike. In every aisle the digital signs indicate the empty spots in the top and bottom rows. These signs are a part of the complete LED’s Park bicycle detection system.

Interested in our bicycle detection system? Visit our website www.ledspark.nl or contact us for a personal meeting.

Dutch article: https://www.duic.nl/algemeen/fotos-dit-zijn-de-3200-nieuwe-fietsenrekken-utrecht/

Photo by Robert Oosterbroek

Abel’s LED’s Park bicycle detection system now also at Amersfoort station

February 18th 2016 – Amersfoort’s bicycle parking has presently been provided with Abel Delft’s LED’s Park. This parking allows for 2170 bicycles to be parked. Thanks to LED’s Park travelers will be assisted in finding an empty spot or their bike. In every aisle the digital signs indicate the empty spots in the top and bottom rows. These signs are a part of the complete LED’s Park bicycle detection system.

Interested in our bicycle detection system? Visit our website www.ledspark.nl or contact us for a personal meeting.

Traffic counting system Amsterdam

September 8, 2015 – Abel Delft is among other things currently working on the realization of a counting plan for the municipality Amsterdam. This measuring / counting system is designed to record the number of pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles using the road. The system has been designed to make a division between types of road users.

With the aid of appropriate measuring and counting results, several estimates can be made about usage of the road, for example, an increase or decrease in the number of drivers. These estimates are particularly important for the (future) policy choices of the municipality Amsterdam.

Bicycle detection system, LED’s Park, by Abel in new parking Anna van Buerenstraat

 

September 8, 2015 – At the end of summer 2015, the municipality of The Hague opened a new bicycle parking at the Anna van Bueren Straat, next to The Hague Central station. This bicycle parking offers a parking place for up to 1100 bikes.

To ensure that the storage of bicycles at the Anna van Bueren Straat is as easy and fast as possible, Abel Delft has developed a bicycle detection system. This system detects the presence and the storage duration for each bike in the garage and use this information to help cyclists find a free spot.

Curious about our bicycle detection system? Please visit our website www.ledspark.nl/en/ or contact us for a personal appointment.