Ever wondered what it takes to ensure that all the cars parked in a camera-controlled car park have been paid for? Probably not, but behind the scenes there is some serious heavy lifting in the machine learning-powered image recognition and cloud computing departments. The systems we’ve built and maintain for Ranger Services process millions of images an hour looking for these kinds of anomalies and, through modern automation, guarantee you have a seamless experience when you park.
How we did it
Ranger Services is a leading parking technology company and the driving force in industry modernisation. As part of our radical transformation work with them, we’ve moved core data services into the Cloud and developed an end-to-end service for clients and their parking customers.
All services are built in Microsoft Azure using native solutions to ensure fully scalable, highly available systems for the millions of data points Ranger handles every hour. For the first time, Ranger clients can now see real-time data on their infrastructure, understand how their service is working and what’s going to make it better for their customers.
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Registers of Scotland (RoS)
Registers of Scotland (RoS) is responsible for maintaining 20 public registers relating to land, property and other legal documents. The organisation has been undergoing a major transformation programme to adapt its business model to meet future needs. A key feature of our work has been the development of the product and service vision based on evidenced user needs.
Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG)
The Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) had a legacy platform that was aging and expensive and needed to be brought up-to-date. A new service was required to meet targets for improved usability, management and use of data, security, value for money, future flexibility and technical delivery.