Nwave will introduce its expanded portfolio of solutions, including its wireless Parking Guidance Solution (PGS) featuring its fourth-generation sensor, at the upcoming IPMI 2022 Parking and Mobility Conference and Expo from July 24th through the 27th.
“G4, our fourth generation LoRaWAN compatible wireless parking sensor with new patent-pending detection technology, is effectively creating a new category of sensors,” said Paul Ilyasov, CEO of Nwave. “Nwave sensors are easily installed and now even more accurate in every type of facility, including EMI-reach environments and outdoors in the harshest weather conditions. The new Nwave G4 sensor detects every vehicle type, including small, high clearance, and electric.”
G4 offers a broader range of radio-protocols support, including LoRaWAN, which allows Nwave to better serve customers in Smart Cities and Smart Buildings, where LoRaWAN is becoming increasingly popular. G4 also features two new designs: a fully flush mount design for heavy snow environments and a snowplow-resistant surface mount design for mild snow climates.
“JAPA Smart Parking has been working with Nwave for many years now and we couldn’t be happier! Nwave’s hardware and products helps JAPA serve our customers better with efficient and reliable products,” said Mathew Magno, CEO of JAPA, one of Nwave’s longest solution partners who has been relying on Nwave technology to drive customer success since 2019.
Nwave solutions are available through its growing global partner network. Now, with the addition of wireless Digital Message Signs (DMS), and expanded library of analytics APIs, wireless PGS solutions can be deployed even faster, and with a richer set of functionality for both parking administrators and drivers.
“As a parking solutions provider and integrator, we aim to present solutions with open and flexible architectures at the best price. We were immediately impressed by Nwave and their commitment to the LoRaWAN protocol for greatly reducing the footprint and cost to deploy guidance and enforcement automation projects,” said Todd Albert, CEO of Creating Parking Concepts, who joins Nwave solutions partner program in 2022. CPC was founded in 2010 on the principal that successful parking solutions are driven by people, supported by sound technology, hence their approach to business is highly consultative.
Nwave is powering the world’s leading high-tech enterprises and smart city projects. Because there are no cables, planning and deployment are flexible and fast, with installation and launch typically requiring a tenth of the time of traditional systems. Originally designed for outdoor environments, wireless sensors are also becoming increasingly popular in indoor environments due to the ease and simplicity of installation.