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Management software POLIS: the uniqueness of our system
The powerful processing tool that analyzes information collected by the system, summarizing and making it available to all stakeholders: Public Administration, parking management companies, controller of parking activities, users.
How it works
- The software is one of the main parts of Smart Parking Systems because it can analyze and manage all input data entering in the system in real time.
- Information are available on any type of terminal (PC, notebook, smartphone, tablet) and they can be distributed and customized for every specific stakeholder.
- Every information is saved, about car lots and about the activities of the system’s stakeholders, like parking controllers.
Advanced analysis system
- POLIS management software provides parking information, violation, sanctioning built and revenues, continuously in real time.
- From the terminal is possible to get information about the cash management and reporting activities.
- Specific alert messages can be created for the maintenance department, notified on smartphone or other terminals.

Optimizing verifications
- Smart Parking Systems allows to show the controller the way towards the vehicle in violation.
- It is possible to find the ideal way to make the assessment activities as efficient as possible.
- It will then possible to direct the activities in those areas and in time periods in which the ongoing violations are greater.

Information about POLIS
Listed Since: 02/18/2022
Last Updated: 02/18/2022

STAR Level 1

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