The Gemineye units will be used for a traffic survey application in parking lots in the City of Calgary in Canada.
The order comprises an initial 10 units of Gemineye Kerbside.
Notably, this Gemineye solution allows for the potential to remotely update the software creating additional potential revenues for SenSen, from the same deployed hardware kits.
SenSen is now seeing a rapid rise in demand for Gemineye from global customers via a range of distributors and resellers, established over the last six months.
Distribution partner impressed by Gemineye
ParkPlus Vice President Operations Moe Houssaini said: “We were impressed with the accuracy and simplicity of the solution in various tests and customer demonstrations we have conducted.
“The ability to perform rapid deployment and modify the application use case on the fly, and remotely, was the key driver behind our decision to replace inground loop-based solutions for traffic surveys with Gemineye.”
Free trials to customers allowed for Gemineye’s optimisation
SenSen has offered Gemineye handheld app and kerbside units to several end users and leading system integrators for free proof-of-concept (POC) trials around the world for feedback and further customisation to be ready to serve global customers.
Following these multiple POC trials and ongoing strategic product development, the commercial use cases for Gemineye have been greatly enhanced and broadened.
New uses include parking, illegal dumping, traffic surveys, time-lapse imaging for construction sites, counter-terrorism and outdoor surveillance.
SenSen generated $4.73 million in revenue in FY19 across its two business segments, Smart Cities, and Retail & Leisure.