How AIPARK predicts the parking situation without a single sensor

Urbanization and growing individual mobility are globally active trends that intensify the need for transportation in cities. In this context, parking space has become a scarce resource. Drivers searching for open parking spots cause 30–40% of all the traffic in urban areas, leading to significant greenhouse gas emissions, time loss and increased fuel consumption.
Intelligent Transportation Systems focusing on the aspect of parking are a promising approach to overcome the information asymmetry and lead drivers directly to available parking spots. Thus, accurate parking information plays a key role in reducing urban traffic to tackle wasted time, noise and air pollution.