Parker-X (A Parking Industry Podcast)
Dale Fowler and Steven Grant discuss Parking guidance systems and what we can learn from the Australian Parking Market
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Growing Demand for Parking Guidance Stimulates INDECT USA to Open a New Office in Denver, Colorado
INDECT USA today announces the opening of their new office in Denver, Colorado.
The new Colorado office will serve as a technology and sales hub, enabling INDECT to better meet the growing demand for parking guidance across the country.
Casino Parking is a Sure Thing with an INDECT Parking Guidance System
INDECT has successfully installed their world-class parking guidance system in 17 major casinos/resorts across the USA with another currently under construction and a further casino to begin work mid-year.
Airports Worldwide Consistently Choose INDECT as Their Preferred Parking Guidance System
INDECT has successfully installed parking guidance technology in fourteen airports across the world with three additional airports under construction and another major hub scheduled to begin mid 2019.
Navy Pier is the Midwest’s number one tourist attraction with over 8 million visitors each year. Since its construction in 1916, the iconic cultural and entertainment landmark has been the heartbeat of the city, providing visitors with a unique space to relax, unwind and enjoy themselves. With over 50 acres of parks, shops, restaurants and attractions, it’s no surprise that the parking garages are routinely operating at maximum capacity.
“We are excited to be involved in such an iconic project in the heart of Chicago with our local partner RevCon Technology Group.” said Dale Fowler, President of INDECT USA. “RevCon is a great company to work with, they are technically innovative and always thinking of new ways to leverage our products to enhance the parking operations of their customers.”
INDECT USA has been chosen as the preferred parking guidance system for Washington’s new luxury lifestyle center, The Village, located at Totem Lake.
A total of 1625 INDECT ultrasonic sensors with extended LED lights will be installed to help guide residents and shoppers quickly and easily to the nearest available space.