Taxis are an essential service, particularly at airports. But how best to manage the flood of traffic in and out of your precinct? Sensor Dynamics have developed seamless solutions.
The ability to manage taxis between their holding area ranks, forecourts and feeder roads is must for increasing taxi throughput and avoiding disgruntled taxi operators and users.
In the absence of a short fare system, the combination of long queue times to reach the terminal pick up / drop off areas and frequent drop offs close to the airport precinct (known as a ‘short fare’) can lead to driver resentment and potentially an upset visitor.
The answer lies in a short fare system that calculates distance and time from the start location, to establish a consistent and standardised “short fare”. The system utilises licence plate recognition and GPS technology to identify taxis eligible to jump the taxi rank queue based on their previous fare.
No. All of our software developers are degree qualified software engineers based in Melbourne.
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Each plate detection records the following data: infrared and colour images of the vehicle, zoomed in plate image, plate text, time, date, watch list association and GPS location.
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That is up to you. The software can be accessed via any web-enabled device with access, so it is possible for roaming guards to verify vehicles entering whilst not being in the guard house. Or you can choose to have a completely automated system.