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Dinycon Sistemas is committed to the Basque Industry 4.0 strategy at its Ereaga - Getxo facility.

Dinycon Sistemas has developed an innovative Parking Area Management System, forming part, together with the Basque Science and Technology Network centres Gaiker and Tekniker, of an innovative project within the framework of the Hazitek programme.

ADVANCE MSNUFACTURING. Industrial and strategic objetives.

The project is based on a firm commitment to Research and Development, aimed at different industrial sectors. The project has developed a software tool in which vision systems are applied to determine the number of users and the time they spend in a given area.

As can be seen, the project fits in perfectly with DINYCON strategic approach. The development of new innovative software, its integration with complex monitoring and control systems in different processes and applications, as well as the search for new fields and business niches.

Study Case:

The Ereaga Getxo beach parking area management system.

Ereaga Beach has a wide stretch of sand almost a kilometre long with very fine, tan-coloured sand, which makes the beach even more beautiful.

For this reason, it is also very busy, especially during the summer months. This beach connects the two ports of the town.

The beach has a large parking area, but it does not cover the demand for spaces, bearing in mind that it is the closest beach to Bilbao; the problem is that there is only one access to the area, it is a long stretch and if the car parks are full, the user has to return after a long walk, causing traffic chaos on the accesses to the area.

Due to the distribution of the parking spaces along the beach line, extending to the Old Port, it is complex to sensor all the parking spaces in order to know the free spaces; it would have required a high investment and a civil work that would have made the execution of the project difficult in sustainable terms.

A proposal for a mixed solution was put forward, with a deployment of cameras covering the most dispersed parking areas, with image analysis and control by counting vehicle entries and exits to and from the Old Port.

With image analysis we can also detect the occupation of PRM (Reduced Mobility Places). The information is published on a set of information panels at strategic points, such as the main access to the beach, so that users are prevented from entering the beach if they see that there are no free spaces.

Access the full Case Study HERE