Future Cities Management Project

Ethos is undertaking a research project investigating the feasibility and potential for commercialisation of a Future Cities Parking Management Platform.

Following the successful completion of an initial feasibility study, Ethos has secured a second round of funding from Innovate UK for a two-year project commencing April 2015.

Our initial area of focus is in “smart parking” solutions with activities ranging from the analysis and deployment of physical parking sensors; to data capture, publishing and analytics; and the development of applications and services to assist citizens and local authorities.

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Open Parking Platform

A core part of our project is the design and delivery of an open data platform to support a wide range of parking related data and services. We have assembled a collaborative team of leading edge technology enterprises, specialists in open data, linked data and parking sensor networks. Integrating these technologies for the first time will create a multi-city, open data platform.

This early prototype site is undergoing active development and should be considered pre-alpha release, and is not yet intended for public consumption. Datasets, formats, functionalities and services are all likely to change without notice.

For further information about the project, or to convey comments or suggestions, please contact Edward Lambert (collaboration, sensors) or Ian Millard (open data platform).

Parking Datasets

Dataset Current Occupancy Capacity Available
Amsterdam 26%
26%
18,434 13,658
Bath 24%
24%
4,993 3,770
Birmingham 59%
59%
17,555 7,245
Brussels 35%
35%
5,996 3,885
Cambridge 22%
22%
3,067 2,402
Cork 23%
23%
4,238 3,265
Dorset 3%
3%
8,129 7,875
Essex 22%
22%
14,434 11,253
Glasgow 14%
14%
7,173 6,173
Guildford 27%
27%
5,600 4,085
Hertfordshire 19%
19%
40,245 32,605
Manchester 47%
47%
11,677 6,237
Milton Keynes 43%
43%
54 31
Norfolk 24%
24%
9,854 7,491
Northeast 77%
77%
257 58
Nottingham 66%
66%
4,387 1,489
Reading 27%
27%
7,843 5,746
Southampton 21%
21%
7,735 6,100
Strasbourg 60%
60%
12,632 5,110
Tfl 52%
52%
1,556 740
Westminster 43%
43%
3,025 1,697
Winchester 34%
34%
3,338 2,205