When brought on board, Kyosis analyzed the situation at the parking area and proposed a hybrid solution that guides vehicles to the vacant space at each level. Kyosis’ synergistic partnerships with electronic manufacturers and installation contractors made implementation simple. Completely wire-free ultrasonic sensors were installed above each parking slot to constantly collect occupancy data.
“The sensor data was used to monitor and indicate the vacant slots in the parking area, using LED space availability displays installed at the entrance of each level,” says Rupesh Patel, Owner, Kyosis.
The entire parking area was illuminated aesthetically with an energy efficient LED lighting system. Wireless green and red alternating LED lights, managed by a parking management software, were installed above driving lanes to alert drivers to where the scattered open spaces are. The software also assists security personnel with real-time monitoring of the parking area. The optimal usage of space simplified the task of finding vacant slots. Further, the wire-free sensors saved Colgate-Palmolive the labor and material costs that they would have otherwise incurred with a hardwired network of sensors.
The sensor data was used to monitor and indicate the vacant slots in the parking area, using LED space availability displays installed at the entrance of each level
Simplicity is the hallmark of Kyosis’ solutions and customer satisfaction is indeed a precept that Patel follows strictly. He tailors the solutions to meet each customer’s niche requirements, such as dedicated parking spaces for doctors in hospitals, or even airports where spaces reserved for the staff are not displayed for general visitors. By utilizing his experience in designing and implementing complex systems, he’s able to innovate bespoke, highly efficient solutions for enterprises, campuses, hospitals and airports.
As a value proposition, “Kyosis offers a five-year warranty on all solutions to ensure long-term peace of mind for our customers,” says Patel.
Kyosis’ future entails reaching out to more customers in the government, besides the corporate sector. The company is also working towards improving the vehicle tracking system to enable a single camera sensor track the license plates of four cars simultaneously. Patel concludes by mentioning that covering a greater portion of the garage with smarter camera sensors will make the solution more lucrative and cost effective for customers.