Abel Sensors LED’s park bicycle detection system is being trialled at the cycle hub at Walthamstow tube station (UK). The system helps people in finding an available spot to park a bike. Besides, it helps to understand how the cycle hub is being used.
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Abel Sensors has been the supplier of the sensors in the new bicycle parking near Amsterdam Zuid station. Also the green/red LED indicators in the white columns are part of the project. These indicators show the availability of empty spots in each section.
For more information about the location you can check this website: https://www.amsterdam.nl/parkeren-verkeer/fiets/fietsparkeren-zuidas/.
The Bicycle parking at Utrecht Central station won the annual Architizer A+Awards in the category Transportation Infrastructure. The Architizer A+Awards is the largest awards program focused on promoting and celebrating the year’s best architecture and products. The entities are judged by a panel of more than 400 influental people with a background in fashion, publishing, product design, real estate development and tech.
The world’s biggest bicycle parking has room for more than 13.500 bicycles. Thanks to the bicycle sensors of Abel Sensors, travellers will be assisted in finding an empty spot for 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 VeloView bicycle detection system.
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The original article by Architizer
Abel Sensors has finished installation of a new bicycle detection system in Haarlem. The system is installed in the underground parking facility (“Fiets In, Stationsplein”). Around 5.000 parking spots are equipped there with optical sensors. The system helps people in finding an available spot to park a bike. Furthermore, it helps the facility manager in his/her job.
Abel Sensors recently placed 3.500 sensors in top and underground containers for all waste fractions for Avalex. This Abel Sensors product is a new edition of a previously developed fill level sensor. The area in which the sensors are placed includes the municipalities of Midden-Delfland, Delft, Rijswijk, Leidschendam-Voorburg, Wassenaar and Pijnacker-Nootdorp.
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