What is the Cross PAVIS Parking Violation System?
The CROSS PAVIS Parking Violation Detection System is a technology that scans for and addresses vehicles that are parked illegally. It’s currently available for the easy and efficient surveillance of parked vehicles in pre-determined, specifically delineated areas. The system carefully tracks these zones to detect any unauthorized parking, especially in spaces that have timed parking meters.
How the System Works
The Cross PAVIS parking traffic system monitors the roadways and pre-selected parking areas for the illegal parking of vehicles. The activities of all vehicles are closely watched and analyzed. If a car is determined as being stopped or improperly parked in a restricted area, it receives a parking ticket.
Included with the ticket are a number of substantive documents which includes an overhead snapshot of the illegally parked car and a license plate listing printed from an LPR (license plate retrieval) database. The parking detection system also produces a listing of all recorded parking violations that includes the exact time, vehicle license plate number, and all photos taken.
The parking violation system operates on its own server, but any documented violations are transmitted to a core server and stored. Because of its remote web server, Cross PAVIS may also be adapted to link up with any unit that has internet capability and used for emergency law enforcement purposes, or by other third party traffic monitoring companies that require instant communication.
The Cross PAVIS System helps to maintain:
• Clear, low-traffic roads that cars can easily pass through
• More available parking spots in centers with timed parking meters
• Reduced visitor traffic
• Better road safety
• Factors for better accessibility of public transport providers like buses, taxis, garbage trucks, and ambulances
• Security of personal and private parking spots
The Primary Features of the Cross PAVIS Parking System
• Whitelisting capability
• Automated issuance of parking violations
• Comprehensive and definitive proof of violations (i.e. with pictures and violation reports)
• Timed parking meter system to prevent violations
• Versatile open data output
• Complete efficiency, even during periods of data connection loss
The History and Future of the Project
A key intelligent traffic system functioning in Izmir Province of Turkey (where it’s worth an estimated €22 ,000,000), Cross PAVIS has already been widely implemented throughout the metropolitan area. To date, 34 out of nearly 120 PAVIS setups are in operation. As it stands now, the system can scan a zone that includes up to 10 roads, but it’s predicted that after future stages of development, it will be able to monitor the whole city and its 4,500,000 residents. Scanning for traffic offenses on a 24/7 basis, the PAVIS system presently identifies over 200,000 cars and produces somewhere around 2,000 parking violations every day.
Special New Functions
A special feature that has been added to the PAVIS system’s original prototype by popular request is parking deterrence for pedestrian crosswalks, street curbs, fire hydrants, and bus pickups. In addition, a feature for second-tier parking surveillance and regulation has been included in the detection system.