INDECT USA, the parking industry’s leading provider of sensor-based parking guidance systems, has once again successfully collaborated with IPsens (www.ipsens.net) to provide a fully-integrated, wireless parking solution at Assembly Row.
The installation of 1144 wireless, in-ground, open-air sensors took less than two weeks to complete making it not only the largest installation of its type in the USA but also one of the fastest.
INDECT USA, the parking industry’s leading provider of sensor-based parking guidance systems, has announced the completion of a pioneering parking guidance installation at Oklahoma University’s Jenkins Garage. With the installation of INDECT’s camera-based parking guidance system, Oklahoma University (OU) has become the first organization in the United States to offer parkers all the benefits of a camera-based parking guidance system with the ease and simplicity of a single light above every space.
“It’s never been done before.” said Dale Fowler, Director of INDECT USA. “Most organizations are willing to sacrifice single-space illumination for the features of a camera-based system but OU was different. The University had a clear vision of what parking guidance should be and insisted that the system provide ultimate benefits to parkers. That’s what makes this installation unique.”
Dallas Love Field Airport has chosen INDECT as the preferred parking guidance system in Stage 2 of the airport’s multimillion dollar modernization program. After successful implementation of the INDECT parking guidance system in garages A and B at Dallas Love Field last year, the airport has again decided to install INDECT’s advanced, multifunction parking guidance system in garage C.
Established in 1917 and conveniently located in the heart of Dallas, Dallas Love Field Airport services five airline carriers and sees more than seven million travelers each year, providing a vital economic link between the city of Dallas and the nation.
LAS VEGAS HAS LONG BEEN KNOWN FOR BRIGHT LIGHTS AND LATE NIGHTS. Now, however, the Las Vegas Strip has assumed a new mantle: parking technology pioneer. After more than half a century of providing free parking to visitors and local residents, resorts up and down the Strip have begun to install parking technology designed to better manage parking resources and enhance the parking experience for guests. The trend started with MGM Resorts International, which installed parking technology at 11 of its properties, followed by Caesars Entertainment, which put parking suites in five properties. Other companies, including Wynn Resorts, have begun the planning process. According to MGM Resorts International, the impetus behind the program was a desire to improve the guest experience.
INDECT USA, a provider of sensor-based parking guidance systems, just announced that its UPSOLUT parking guidance systems were selected for installation at River Oaks District, a high-end retail destination in Houston. The parking sensors will monitor more than 1,300 spaces in the shopping center’s five-level garage.
River Oaks District, which is operated by OliverMcMillan, is a storied Houston retail landmark that dates back to 1930. It is a widely recognized mixed-use development that combines 650,000 square feet of luxury retail, fine-dining restaurants, street-side cafes and entertainment, along with upscale residential units.
How Parking Garages Track Open Spaces, and Why They Often Get It Wrong
Your flight takes off in 45 minutes and you're just pulling into the airport parking garage. Yes, you should have left earlier, but there's nothing you can do about that now. Your only hope is to find an open parking space quickly and start hauling for the gate.
You're in luck. The airport has one of those new-fangled "space available" systems that tell you exactly how many open spaces are left on each level of the garage. There are lots of red "full" signs, but it says there are seven spots still left on the roof. If you stretch the 5 mph (8 kph) speed limit, you might just make it.