Lumeo, a designer of computer vision solutions, has added parking management building blocks to its “no-code” custom video analytics platform. The new building blocks enable solution providers to create analytics that help commercial parking facilities use existing camera infrastructure to maximize efficiency, utilizing real-time data powered by artificial intelligence.
“Launching Lumeo in June of this year was just the beginning,” said Devarshi Shah, Lumeo Co-Founder & CEO. “We continue to add new features and are pleased to announce the release of Parking Management, a set of building blocks that enable providers to deploy solutions for commercial parking – found in universities, malls, hospitals, sports complexes, and the like – to better manage their facilities.”
Lumeo’s Parking Management building blocks include AI models for vehicle detection from multiple angles, license plate recognition, and analytic modules to compute occupancy and parking time. Parking facilities typically exhibit unique camera angles across low, medium and high vantage points because cameras are mounted on gates, low height garages and light poles–and Lumeo’s vantage-point optimized AI models allow solution providers to improve accuracy by picking the right model for their customer’s existing camera deployment.
Using these building blocks, solution providers can rapidly build solutions that monitor and report how long vehicles have been parked, highlight vehicles that have crossed a time threshold, determine parking availability, count the number of cars that enter and exit, track unauthorized parking, automatically bill authorized vehicles using license plate recognition, and more.
Parking Management is just one product that Lumeo offers. Their “no-code” video analytics platform offers drag-and-drop customization that works with any camera, video management solution, and even third-party analytics, to allow providers to quickly tweak their analytics or camera positioning for optimal performance.
“Lumeo is designed to help software providers and system integrators solve the challenges of embedding computer vision or video analytics into existing infrastructure,” said Shah. “It replaces the need for the too complicated one-size-fits-all or too expensive tailormade analytics solutions with easy tools that let integrators deploy their own solutions.”
Lumeo, an open and flexible video analytics platform, gives solution providers the tools to harness computer vision, AI and cameras to make sense of video data, the company says.
Lumeo is billed on a pay-as-you-go usage-based model that allows companies of all sizes to get started with little to no investment and to scale with the benefit of volume discounts. Lumeo is currently being used by a wide range of solution providers, including national and local security integrators and startups to deliver custom analytics to retail, compliance, safety, operations and security.