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eleven-x to install its parking solution at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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The company will deploy its eXactpark™ parking monitoring solution, which combines sensor-based space occupancy monitoring, real-time data, and intelligent enforcement.

WATERLOO — eleven-x, a company providing wireless IoT and Smart City solutions, announced the company has been awarded a contract by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) to improve the parking experience on the 104 acre main campus by enabling a frictionless parking experience for students, faculty, visitors and staff. The company will deploy its eXactpark™ parking monitoring solution, which combines sensor-based space occupancy monitoring, real-time data, and intelligent enforcement amongst other features based on its comprehensive software platform.

To help UWM’s 4,700 employees, 23,000 students and countless visitors find parking more easily, eleven-x will reportedly install more than 1,200 units of its SPS-X sensor across the various parking structures and street spaces on campus. Additionally, solar powered signage will be installed at key points to help drivers with wayfinding, helping reduce cruise times, and enhance the overall campus environment. eXactpark’s software platform will also provide real-time insight on parking availability for more efficient parking management to support increased revenues. The easy-to-use digital dashboard will be accessible via website or phone app, enabling the university to share space availability and location with drivers.

“We are thrilled to partner with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to improve the campus experience with eXactpark,” said Dan Mathers, President and CEO of eleven-x. “Our industry-leading solution will also help the university better plan for future infrastructure requirements as parking has wide-ranging impact on budgets and land use.”

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