INDECT Electronics & Distribution GMBH, the world’s leading parking guidance system development company, recently announced the promotion of Stephen Evans of its INDECT USA Division to take over its U.S. Operations.
This comes on the heels of the former company director, Dale Fowler’s, recent decision to relocate back to Australia at the end of this year, according to Ingo Herwich, INDECT COO. “Dale put us on the US map when he opened the INDECT USA office in 2013. We are extremely grateful for his contributions in building the foundation for INDECT in North America,” said Herwich. “Dale has offered to stay through December to help Stephen with the transition.”
HEB has again chosen the INDECT parking guidance system to feature at its new premium store at Meyerland Plaza, San Antonio. This will be the fourth installation of an INDECT parking guidance system at HEB stores.
Thanks to the resounding success of the first three INDECT installations at Bellaire, The Heights and Washington Avenue in Houston, Meyerland customers will soon be able to experience hassle-free parking as well as HEB’s popular curbside pickup/delivery program for themselves.
HEB’s curbside pickup/delivery program offers customers the convenience of being able to order their groceries online or by phone and collect them on their way home or at their earliest convenience.
INDECT USA today announces the successful installation of their premier ultrasonic parking guidance system at Des Moines International Airport, IOWA, with their local partner The Baker Group.
A total of 1398 individual sensors and 27 wayfinding signs were installed in the airport’s parking garage. The signs are strategically located at each decision-point in the garage and include easy-to-follow guidance for travelers with a disability.
LED RGB sensors are located above each parking spot and clearly identify each space as open (green), occupied (red) or handicapped (blue). The sensors are highly reliable and can be individually programmed to accommodate changing parking needs.
“The system at Des Moines International Airport has been expanded to include the counts from the outdoor parking lots. This way the INDECT system can track availability across the whole airport, not just the garage.” said Dale Fowler, President of INDECT USA.
As appearing in June 2019 issue of Parking Magazine
During an incredible period of growth and expansion at the University of Oklahoma (OU), many new buildings had been constructed at the expense of existing parking.
Rather than rush to add more spaces, Kris Glenn, OU’s director of parking services, decided to maximize what they had. “There’s no doubt that our parking had become scarce. However, we also knew there were plenty of underutilized parking areas on campus. We just needed to help our faculty, staﬀ, and students ﬁnd it,” Glenn says. That was the beginning of OU’s Smarter Parking Initiative.
INDECT USA, the industry’s leading provider of parking guidance systems, announces a breakthrough in the quest to provide garage owners with a plug-and-play parking guidance solution with their new ‘out of the box’ training set.
The new software enables the INDECT parking guidance system to go live immediately, producing accuracy rates in excess of 99% within days of installation.
“All other parking guidance systems on the market require sensors to observe cars coming and going for their algorithms to learn and achieve accuracy,” said Dale Fowler, President of INDECT USA. “This can take up to 60 days before the system is ready to go live.”
INDECT USA today announces the newest version of their popular Car Locator software, version 2.0. This software allows customers to quickly and easily find their car using on-site kiosks or the INDECT Car Locator App.
The latest release features the unique ability to quickly and easily locate customers’ vehicles in any parking garage or open-air lot while maintaining complete owner privacy and complying with all applicable state laws.
“Previously, some parking garages were prevented from offering our original Car Locator feature as it uses license plate recognition technology and this conflicts with their local state laws concerning privacy,” said Dale Fowler, President of INDECT USA.