The curbside might not seem like the most obvious focus point in terms of mapping the urban environment but when you start to think of the curb as a highly regulated space and when you consider the number of arrivals and departures that that place on the curb in crowded urban cities you might just change your mind. The curbside is actually an interface between different vehicle traffic and pedestrians that has to enable a wide variety of use cases. Coord is helping organisations map the curbside, the assets on the curb and the locations of regulated spaces.
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