Sydney, AUSTRALIA (June 3, 2019) INDECT Australasia, in collaboration with Access Parking Control Pty Ltd, jointly announces the installation of their world-class parking guidance system at four newly constructed train stations in North Western Sydney, Australia.
A total of 1849 ultra-sonic, single-space sensors were installed at Cherrybrook Station, Bella Vista Station, Kellyville Station and Hills Showground Station as part of the NSW Government’s $7.3bn rail project.
“What we’re seeing in Australia is part of a world-wide trend to make parking garages near train stations and public transport hubs more efficient and user friendly.” said Dale Fowler, President of INDECT USA and CEO of INDECT Australasia. “If it’s quick and easy to find a space it encourages more people to use public transport rather than relying on private vehicles.”
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Indect Eletronics and Distribution has installed its UPSOLUT parking guidance system at Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport in Lebanon.
142 camera sensors, monitoring 640 parking spaces, have been installed at this busy commercial hub located 9 km from the center of Beirut in Lebanon.
“Although relatively small in size, the Beirut-Rafic Hariri International airport is extremely important to the people of Lebanon, as it is the only operating commercial airport in the country,” said Ingo Herwich, chief operations officer at Indect Electronics and Distribution.
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During our latest Parking Talks, Dale Fowler, CEO of INDECT USA shared some personal examples of how parking guidance can create the perfect customer journey. For INDECT, this positive experience begins before a driver has even left the house and continues right until the moment they exit the garage on their return home.
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“The parking guidance process should actually start at home, where the customer is able to use a website or app to check whether parking is available before they begin their journey.
INDECT Electronics and Distribution announces the completion of the world’s largest camera-based parking guidance installation at Istanbul iGA Airport in Turkey.
An unprecedented 3,300 Upsolut sensors covering more than 16,000 spaces and 550 wayfinding signs have been installed in five interconnected garages.
“This was a really exciting project to be involved in,” said Ingo Herwich, Chief Operations Officer at INDECT Electronics and Distribution. “Istanbul Airport is a remarkable architectural accomplishment and it was important that the parking experience was just as impressive. We are proud to have been chosen as the leader in our field.”
INDECT USA announces its outdoor camera system is now available in the United States.
The outdoor detection sensor (ODE) is unique among parking guidance products as it is the only camera sensor on the market to provide License Plate Recognition on each parked vehicle in non-enclosed parking lots.
Following the successful product launch at Intertraffic in Amsterdam in November 2018, demand for the outdoor sensor has been growing rapidly.
INDECT USA announces the installation of their ultrasonic parking guidance system at the City of Round Rock in Texas.
Following the successful installation of an INDECT parking guidance system in the Allen R Baca Center Garage last summer, Parking Guidance Systems LLC (PGS) are set to complete their second installation of INDECT equipment in the City Hall Garage by the end of May.
“The INDECT single-space parking guidance system is one of our most popular products,” said Derek Frantz, Head of Business Development at PGS. “We recommend it for busy garages because of its high level of accuracy, robust construction and the option of using sensors with extended LED lights in high ceiling areas.”