Parking software systems like that of Baan are a common part of a city’s parking infrastructure, but a new technology could allow a city to collect data on the location of cars, which could be useful for policing, surveillance or even for law enforcement purposes.
The Baan system is built upon the concept of “parking radar,” and it is a system that can detect parked cars and track where they are going.
Baan uses a camera that measures the speed and position of the car before it leaves the parking lot, and then analyzes the camera data and uses algorithms to determine whether the car should be parked in front or behind a parking lot.
Baas system also uses GPS data to determine the exact location of the vehicle in a given area, and when the car arrives at its destination it will alert the Baan software to alert the driver of its presence.
Using GPS data from a car in front of a parking space, for example, would give a Baan the ability to find a car that is parked behind a public lot or other private space in a neighborhood.
The system would then be able to alert an alerting driver to its presence and notify the police, who would then follow up with the driver to investigate further.
The software could then alert the owner of the parked car to notify them of its location, and also send a video of the location to the owner’s phone, according to the company.
The camera sensor is connected to a GPS chip in the parking car’s windshield and it would then transmit data to Baan’s servers, where the software analyzes and maps the location data.
“We are currently in the process of developing the Baas Parking Radar System.
We are excited to be working on the first iteration of this innovative system, which will enable Baans to collect and analyze location data from over 10,000 parking systems across the world,” Baan co-founder and CEO Mark Schoeman told The Verge.
“The Baan Parking Radar can be used by a city or municipality to collect detailed information on a parking system.
The City of Montreal has already started using the system, and it already allows the City to track the location and location of vehicles in the city.”
Baan is building on a project from researchers at the University of Waterloo in Canada that aims to build a database of parking information for large cities, which can be compared with a database for residential parking in order to determine what the best and worst locations are.
The idea behind Baan, Schoemer explained, is that you can build a system like Baan that would track a parking data set for any large city and then you can combine that data with a data set that has parking data from other cities to see what people are doing on their cars in the neighborhood, or in a particular street, or if there are certain areas where cars are parked in certain locations.
Baans system would allow Baan to analyze all the data that’s collected about a parking garage, and if the data collection is good enough, it would be able give the City the information needed to determine if there’s a problem or a problem that needs fixing.
Baaans system is not currently available for use by large cities.
Baanyan has raised $3 million in funding from the Google Summer of Code program, and the company plans to release the system in Q1 of 2019.
Baanns co-founders and CEO are working to finalize the software, which has not yet been launched.
Baana is an app that uses a similar technology to Baans, but Baan currently only uses it for parking information, Schueman said.
The technology can’t be used for surveillance purposes, and Baans current focus is on collecting data on a citywide basis.
Baant has not received a patent for its Baan parking radar, but Schoemen and Baan have developed a patent application.