Hyderabad startup develops automated multilevel car and bike parking solution
A Hyderabad-based innovator has come up with a cost-effective automated multilevel car parking solution.
Kaushik Rachapudi, co-founder and CEO of BigParkin, while speaking to ANI said, "An automated multilevel car parking a cost-effective solution for efficient use of parking space. We enhance every 2-car parking space to 16 cars and 2 bike parking spaces to 72 bikes."
"I have designed, developed, and built a smart bike parking which is indigenously built in Hyderabad it is first in the country to enhance bike parking system. We aim to solve the parking problem across all metro stations, public parking, and other locations in Hyderabad," he added.
He further said, "Current parking need in Hyderabad is about 25,000 bike parking and 7,000 car parking spaces. We are going to address this issue by installing smart parking which is 600 per cent efficient by partnering with government, public and private organisations."
"About 40 per cent of Hyderabad's parking problem can be addressed in one year. Installing a smart car parking system with 16 cars every 5 km and a smart bike parking system with 72 bikes every two km in the city is one of our goals for the next 3 years. Additionally, each smart parking location will have a hybrid electric vehicle charge point for all-electric vehicle users," he added.
Rachapudi further said that he is planning to establish a manufacturing plant in Telangana to cater to the need for smart parking.
"We built a mobile application to identify, book/reserve parking with digital wallets which makes it convenient for users to park hassle-free. The bike parking unit is an indigenous design with patented technology. We are establishing a manufacturing plant in Telangana to cater to the need for smart parking," he said.
"Currently, we have a few work orders from Cyberabad Police, Telangana Government to install smart car and bike parking to address their parking issue. A few other government projects are in line which take shape by end of this year. We wish to act as a bridge between the government and the public by enhancing traditional parking spaces by introducing smart parking," he added.