Circontrol and Saba, together to improve the efficiency of urban mobility in Barcelona

Circontrol and Saba, together to improve the efficiency of urban mobility in Barcelona

Saba Barcelona chooses Circontrol to optimize the facilities of its car parks.

Circontrol, manufacturer of solutions for efficient parking, joins its efforts with Saba, reference operator in the field of parking and urban mobility. Circontrol has collaborated with Bamsa (public-private Company that links Saba and Barcelona City Council) in the design of an innovative proposal to improve the efficiency of the management of its parking and the mobility of urban centers.

To date, the Circontrol seating system has been installed in 7 Saba car parks in Barcelona: Urgell (404 places), Gal•la Placídia (307 places), Paral•lel (268 places), Cambó -Mercat Sta. Caterina (590 places), Rambla Catalunya (299 places), Diputació (548 places) and Passeig de Gràcia (III) (611 places).

The great differentiation in these car parks is the installation in each square of a new system of LED lighting of very low consumption and great luminosity that improves user’s comfort and security when he is leaving or picking up his vehicle. At the same time this complementary illumination allows to turn off some lines of fluorescents maintaining an adequate level of illumination with a saving of the electrical consumption.

Circontrol not only offers a parking guidance and LED lighting system, its proposal offers a comprehensive and integrated solution for efficient parking management through its CirPark Platform software, which might include charging stations for electric vehicles.

The guiding system has LED panels that show in real time the number of free spaces for each floor and in the corridors and help the Saba user to quickly and easily find a free space. This contributes to saving the driver’s time and fuel as well as reducing the emission of gases inside the car park while maintaining air quality.

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