Berlin Authorities and Siemens have installed radar sensors on street lamps along a 656ft (200m) section of the Bundesallee in Berlin, between Walther-Schreiber-Platz and Friedrich-Wilhelm-Platz. From their raised position, the network of sensors each scan an area of up to 98ft (30m); the equivalent of five to eight parking spaces. The radar sensors continuously monitor urban parking areas and report free spaces and the number of occupied ‘e-parking’ spots to parking space management software. The data collected by the system can either be used by the city’s traffic information center for its own information services, or forwarded through a data interface to cell phone application operators, so that drivers can always find free parking spaces, simply by using their smartphone, a navigation device or the city’s parking guidance signs.
My venue was near these streets, I was shocked, I never found parking place so easy, I would love to see same thing in my city.