Use Cases


Santa Clara University

VIMOC Rosella is running at Santa Clara University, with vehicle detection determining accurate occupancy counts of a parking garage, as well as improving safety with a rapid pedestrian detection system, actuating warning LED lights embedded on a crosswalk in the smart structure. Read our SCU Use Case pdf for more information.



UCLA has VIMOC’s first multi Rosella modal transportation management system in running at their newly face lifted gateway plaza. The number and direction of bicycles, pedestrians, cars, buses and service vehicles are all being managed in real time.


City of Palo Alto, CA

The City of Palo Alto has engaged VIMOC to implement Landscape Computing, including a live street parking system and 45 bicycle and pedestrian counting stations. The information from the bicycle and pedestrian counting stations is used as part of the city’s safe routes to school program, equipping the city with 24/7 real time data across major bicycle and pedestrian routes. The data is also available via the Landscape Computing API to warn other road users such as drivers to drive with caution in the area. The low latency of the system makes this possible.


Stanford University

VIMOC Technologies installed neuBoxes™ in a Stanford University garage facility and implemented a License Plate Recognition (LPR) application, which identifies license plates, making the information available via its API for cross-checking with university permit databases. This paves the way for virtual permitting systems as well as portable LPR detection units for staff on patrol.


Redwood City, CA

Redwood City is using a public garage application on Landscape Computing. Live information about the use of the public garage is displayed on live high quality LED signs outside the garage, and available for app developers via VIMOC’s API. Read more in the RWC.pdf use case file.