Relocation Towing Companies

Problem#1

Retail parking scofflaws: Vehicles enter a retail parking lot, but the drivers and passengers, instead of coming into a tenant's business, walk off the property to patronize another business, thereby limiting the number of available parking spots. Potential customers, seeing the lot full, drive on to patronize a more convenient business. Scofflaws are inherently tricky to spot, and onerous towing regulations make it even harder to relocate a significant number of vehicles in violation, all of which tends to encourage this behavior.

Problem#2

Residential parking scofflaws: Urban apartments lacking parking garages must rely on parking permits to control who parks at the property. When one of these properties is adjacent to an entertainment district, unpermitted parking frequently takes place, which often leaves residents no place to park. Because enforcement is challenging, scofflaws have little fear of getting towed.

Solution

PARKVA Spotter is a service benefiting urban retail centers and apartment complexes as well as PPI towing companies tasked with enforcement. The property owner and towing company receive instant notifications of documented parking violations. Based on the parking lot rules and local ordinances, the video network is configured to capture predefined events/violations that are routed to the property owner and PPI towing company.

Property Owners / Merchants

Problem

Lack of customer insight: Measuring and analyzing vehicular and pedestrian foot traffic is valuable to any retail property and its tenants. Unfortunately, it is generally cost-prohibitive for property owners and merchants to collect useful, actionable data. 

Solution

PARKVA Insight is a service by which retail property owners receive reports summarizing core customer traffic statistics: time-of-day retail traffic counts by property and tenant, parking lot usage, dwell time, and shopper demographics. Video analytics has become so sophisticated that we can now tell you the make and model of your customer’s car, the customer’s gender, and in what direction the vehicle was traveling when it entered the lot. 

Problem

Expensive security monitoring: Nearly every newscast these days illustrates the power and benefit of video security. Aside from the historically high cost of deploying and maintaining a video security system, most systems show you a particular incident only after a lengthy search of the video records.

Solution

PARKVA Protect is a service by which property owners receive enhanced, live, 24/7 security monitoring of the parking lot, and, if desired, of the entire building perimeter. Using video analytics, we can spot and give notification of predefined events (accidents, vandalism, intrusion, etc.) as they are happening. In cities and municipalities whose police departments offer “private-public” security monitoring programs, PARKVA’s video network provides first responders will real-time eyes on the scene.