Parking ticketing system & Parking Guidance System
Parking Ticketing System
The parking ticketing system begins with an Entry Lane. Upon entry, a barrier gate arm is in the down position, which requires the Parker to take action at the Entry BOXX or Access Control Pedestal before the gate arm opens. For example, a monthly Parker would present their access credential for approval. Once the certificate has been approved for the date, time, and location, the card transaction data is recorded to the Parking Management Software, then the barrier gate arm opens.
Alternatively, transient Parkers at the Entry Station may press a button to take a barcode ticket (barcode gate entry system), swipe a credit card to confirm time in, or pay a flat rate and receive a ticket. The options available at the Entry BOXX depend on the desired system configuration. When a button is pressed, an encrypted time-stamped barcode is printed with custom text, the ticket number, and the date and time of entry. That ticket information is also recorded to EASE, the Parking Management Software. If the Entry BOXX is configured for a time and date (i.e. for the Friday evening concert there is a flat rate of $10 to be paid at entry), then the Entry BOXX will disable the ticket printing and display a message to display the rate due upon entry. Upon successful payment, a Ticket is printed and the barrier gate arm opens via the control system for the gate.
View the parking ticketing system configuration options, including Entry BOXX with ticket dispenser, credit card hash on entry, access card reader and credentials (RFID or long range), plus barrier gates.
Paying for parking should be a fast and easy process. The Entry BOXX’s parking ticket systems are designed to simplify paying for a ticket for your customers.
Our parking full-featured parking ticket system begins with an Entry Lane. Upon entry, a barrier gate arm is in the down position, which requires the Parker to take an action at the Entry Terminal or monthly user Access Control to the gate arm opening.
1. A transient Parker at the Entry Station may press a button to take a barcode ticket (barcode gate entry system), When a button is pressed, an encrypted time-stamped barcode is printed with custom text, the ticket number and the date and time of entry. That ticket information is also recorded to Parking Management Software, then the barrier gate arm opens.
2. A monthly Parker would present their access credential card for approval. Once the credential has been approved for the date, time and location, the card transaction data is recorded to Parking Management Software, then the barrier gate arm opens.
View the parking ticketing system configuration options, including Entry Terminal with ticket dispenser, access card reader and credentials (RFID or long range), plus barrier gates.
Parking Payment Machine and Exit Lane :
For manual cashier charging options, a Cashier PC may be configured to update a ticket to be marked as paid for use in the exit lane directly or print an exit ticket to be valid for the exit terminal within a specified time period from center payment. The Cashier PC has the ability to rate tickets, apply discounts such as coupons, or apply a discount directly through the Cashier PC.
It dispenses hourly parking barcode tickets to gain access to the parking lots. While season parkers get access via self-service by swiping their cards close to the reader, i.e built-in the Entry/EXIT Station, or enter/leave without stopping if the window shield tag is read by the external long-range reader. Typically the Entry/Exit Station is coupled with a Barrier Gate, Loop Detector, and optional devices, depending on the site requirements.
Exit terminal: the compact exit terminal identifies transient users by reading a barcode ticket and validating, other season pass holders by reading pass-card identification.
Parking Guidance System
Time and Speed are two of the most important commodities these days, especially in car parking.
Our Parking Guidance Systems is a Complete Solution for traffic jams, bad customer experience, and wasted time problems once and for all.
Our Parking Guidance will lead your customers toward a vacant parking space in the fastest time possible: from seeing the first LED display outside the parking lot to their desired vacant parking space.
A very useful tool for drivers because it allows them to easily get information about unoccupied parking spots, and find a vacant one quickly.
Parking guidance systems are designed to facilitate the vehicles circulation within controlled parking areas, by presenting drivers with dynamic information about the occupancy of parking stalls: a car counting system. It is a very useful tool for drivers because they can easily get information about the amount and location of available parking spots within the venue, avoid driving in circles and quickly find a vacant space.
How does Parking Guidance work?
The most common solutions allow drivers to find unoccupied parking spaces and to locate their car when returning to the vehicle. To do so, parking guidance systems usually employ adaptive lighting sensors, parking space indicators, and indoor positioning systems as well as “Find Your Car” function at the pay station.
Why choosing Parking Guidance?
Parking Guidance Systems improve drivers’ parking experience, guiding them in finding a vacant spot, and often in locating their car when coming back. VMS signs facilitate timely information updates and reduce the need for costly and more labor-intensive fixed message signs.
Parking Guidance system can be used not only within a single parking facility, but also on a certain area with parking access control, in order to direct drivers to car parks where occupancy levels are low. The goal is to reduce search time, which in turn decreases traffic congestion, with related benefits to air pollution.
Typically, dynamic pricing is based on the parking occupancy: it is enabled by PGS and software, taking into account real-time changes in demand and supply of parking spaces. However, it can also be activated by different factors based on the business requirements, enacted by the operator. For example, when the car park is empty, the lowest hourly rate is charged (preferably). As the car park begins to fill up, the hourly rate will increase
Indoor screen shows the numbers of available parking space at every direction, which could guide the driver to the available parking space efficiently. Parking light which is integrated with spot camera gives a visual guidance of the parking space by colour.