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SKIDATA Ex-CEO Hugo Rohner Joins Get My Parking as Board Advisor and Investor

June 03, 2020




SKIDATA Ex-CEO Hugo Rohner Joins Get My Parking as Board Advisor and Investor




After empowering over 2000 parking lots worldwide to go digital and contactless, the leading smart parking startup, Get My Parking, has announced a major addition to its team. Hugo Rohner, former Global CEO, SKIDATA, has joined the board of Get My Parking as an Advisor and Minority Investor. SKIDATA is the world’s largest provider of parking access control systems. With expertise in digitization and mobility, Hugo holds a strong track record of leading tech-enabled change at a global scale. During his 7 years as CEO, Hugo grew SKIDATA from a small, focused company to a global market leader in access and revenue management, with 10,000+ installations in over 100 countries. He is responsible for transforming SKIDATA into a digital business with a strong focus on customer service.


About joining the Get My Parking team, Hugo Rohner commented, “Get My Parking has shaped the parking industry with its world class products and a continuous push towards a fully digital parking experience. I am excited to support its mission and future growth”.


Get My Parking works on connecting parking and mobility for parking operators and facility managers, with its proprietary open IOT platform. It upgrades physical parking lots into digital mobility hubs with contactless access and cashless payments. The smart parking startup also helps parking operators integrate their existing hardware with any third-party mobile app or cloud software. Operators can launch their own consumer app in just two weeks using the Get My Parking platform. The smart parking startup is spearheading new trends like EV charging, connected cars, and shared mobility hubs on the parking real estate with plug-n-play API integrations. Get My Parking offers all of this as a white-label Software-as-a-Service model.


About this development, Chirag Jain, CEO, Get My Parking said, “New age mobility needs connected carparks and a frictionless parking experience. We are enabling this revolution across 3 continents and aim to be the global leader in digital parking transactions. Hugo’s experience in leadership and digital transformation at SKIDATA will add immense value to our team. His guidance will help us tremendously in achieving our expansion plans worldwide, especially in North America.”


Parking has traditionally been an underutilised real estate. Now, with a rapidly changing mobility landscape, parking is now poised to become a hub where all mobility transactions begin and end. The new generation of mobility activities, such as dropping off a rental car and picking up an e-scooter, are available on our fingertips. However, parking lots still use legacy equipment not compatible with cloud software or mobile applications, thus operating in silos. Get My Parking is changing this, one digital parking lot at a time. With Hugo’s entry, the team has received the backing of a seasoned veteran who believes in its vision.


About Get My Parking (GMP):

Founded in 2015, GMP is an award-winning startup that has grown to a team of 82 members across 3 continents. It provides essential technology to parking operators like white-label parking apps, IOT gate kit to retrofit old parking gates for modern capabilities, and an interoperable cloud platform that enables centralised, digital operations across a network of parking lots. The GMP platform has been deployed across 2200+ parking lots across the world and has processed over 60 million transactions till date.


Contact Information:

Rasik Pansare,

Co-founder and CMO,
Get My Parking


Website: https://www.getmyparking.com


Social Media:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/getmyparking/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/getmyparking/

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/10640338/

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TagMaster launches a new RFID reader for parking and access control – XT-5

April 15, 2020

TagMaster launches a new RFID reader for parking and access control – XT-5




Press release, Stockholm, Sweden 15 April 2020

TagMaster, the leading supplier of advanced sensor systems for Smart Cities within Traffic and Rail, launches a new advanced RFID reader, XT-5, for identification in parking and access control solutions. The XT-5 is marketed in two versions – one designed according to the European specification and one according to the US specification.

XT-5 is an RFID reader designed and optimized for solutions in the access control area and for parking applications such as;

  • Airport car parks
  • Rail yards and bus depots
  • Automated truck activities
  • Internal logistics

“XT-5 is our most advanced integrated reader to date. It features a radio design with high output power, self-jammer cancellation (SJC) and control of the antenna polarization. This means that we strengthen our role as a world leader in the field,” said Jonas Svensson, CEO, TagMaster.

XT-5 is an advanced Linux-based integrated reader with PoE + and built-in antenna. XT-5 supports various interfaces such as Ethernet, RS232, RS485 and Wiegand/Magstripe and with the possibility of adding an extra external antenna. XT-5 is configured for the most common access control systems such as Paxton, DormaKaba, Bosch, RCO, Siemens / Bewator, Assa Abloy, HID and more.

The XT-5 is also compatible with the RAIN RFID standard. XT-5 supports TagMaster’s SecureMarkID ID tag format, which is designed to ensure that each ID tag has a unique identity that is difficult to copy. XT-5 in combination with TagMasters SecureMarkID tags provide the highest level of security.

XT-5 is marketed in two versions – one designed according to the European specification and one according to the US specification. Both versions will also be available with the global regions setting module assuring they will be covering most of the global frequency standards.

“The new XT-5 reader follows the launch of XT-1ETC last year and demonstrates our continued commitment to innovation and investment in the future,” said Jonas Svensson.

For further information, please contact

Jonas Svensson, CEO, +46 8-6321950, jonas.svensson@tagmaster.com

About TagMaster

TagMaster is an application driven technology company that designs and markets advanced sensor systems and solutions based on radio, radar, vision and wireless magnetic technology for demanding environments. Business areas include Traffic Solutions and Rail Solutions sold under the brands TagMaster and Sensys Networks with innovative mobility solutions in order to increase efficiency, security, convenience and to decrease environmental impact within Smart Cities. TagMaster has subsidies in UK, France and US and exports mainly to Europe, The Middle East, Asia and North America via a global network of partners and systems integrators. TagMaster was founded in 1994 and has its headquarters in Stockholm. TagMaster is a public company and its shares are traded on Nasdaq First North Growth Market in Stockholm, Sweden. TagMasters certified advisor is Erik Penser Bank phone +4684638300, E-mail: certifiedadviser@penser.se www.tagmaster.com

Park Assist has been Chosen to Upgrade Parking for Salmaniya Medical Complex

April 08, 2020



Park Assist has been Chosen to Upgrade Parking for Salmaniya Medical Complex



MANAMA, BAHRAIN – April 8th, 2020 – Park Assist® has been awarded the Parking Guidance System (PGS) contract for Salmaniya Medical Complex’s new carpark development, located in the Salmaniya district of Manama in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Owned by Edamah (the Real Estate investment arm of the Bahrain Government) and operated by Bahrain Carparks, the facility will serve one of the largest and busiest hospitals in the country. This installation will be the second project with Edamah and the third PGS deployment in Bahrain, all of which are Park Assist systems.

Due to Park Assist’s previous success at “The Terminal” in Adliya, Edamah chose to implement Park Assist’s parking guidance technology at this groundbreaking carpark as well. Equipped with Park Assist’s camera based M4 PGS, this new facility aims to provide the Salmaniya Medical Complex community with a sustainable parking facility that will both relieve congestion and facilitate a smooth flow of steady traffic.

Park Assist’s exclusive M4 PGS will be used to help quickly and seamlessly steer visitors to available parking spaces. Upon entry, the patented, camera-based technology guides parkers using color-coded smart-sensors. The smart-sensor’s LED lights are triggered to change from red to green when spaces become available, allowing visitors to pinpoint exactly where to park, saving them valuable time and providing a more efficient parking journey.

“We are honored to again be working with Edamah on another prestigious project in Bahrain. We thoroughly believe that the deployment of our technology will significantly improve the user experience for patients, visitors and staff whilst simultaneously achieving the sustainability objectives of the project.” Said Adam Fitzgerald, Regional Account Manager – MENA.

Partnering with BAK Group’s Mantech Commercial services company, Park Assist’s site work began in March 2020 and is slated for completion by July.

About Park Assist

Park Assist® is the parking industry’s leading camera-focused innovator with the most camera-based parking guidance installations in the world. Our patented technology helps customers effortlessly find parking spaces in real-time as well as find their cars when they return. Simultaneously, we provide parking operators with tools to improve customer satisfaction, create new revenue opportunities, realize greater operational control, capture parker analytics and expand CCTV capabilities. Park Assist is part of the TKH Group (Euronext: TWEKA), a $1.8 billion publicly traded company headquartered in the Netherlands. For more information, visit www.parkassist.com.


April 07, 2020








PINNER, MIDDLESEX, 7 APRIL 2020 – Lancashire County Council has switched to Videalert systems for the enforcement of bus lanes throughout the county.  The decision to standardise on Videalert’s hosted CCTV enforcement platform was taken to provide the council with the ability to manage multiple contravention types using a single platform.  Marston Holdings group companies Videalert and NSL were selected to deliver a new enforcement solution that offers 99% uptime with increased productivity.


Peter Bell, parking and regulation manager at Lancashire County Council, said: “The singleplatform approach coupled with significant uptime demands meant our old cameras wereseriously impacting on the effectiveness of our bus lane and ongoing parking enforcement strategy.  Bus lanes improve travel times for people using public transport, and the Videalert system enables us to meet our compliance objectives by delivering a consistently higher level of performance, as well as providing the highest availability.  The platform also delivers better value as future-proofing is built-in and additional camera assets and enforcement applications can be cost effectively added as required.”


The council has initially installed Videalert bus lane cameras in 15 locations in Preston, Burnleyand Lancaster.  The ONVIF-compliant, digital HD cameras went ‘live’ before the end of December 2019 and capture high quality images to minimise discard-rates, increase productivity and help reduce the number of appeals.


County Councillor Keith Iddon, cabinet member for highways and transport, commented: “The bus lanes are there to give priority for buses, and enforcing them helps to ensure that everyone follows the rules, and the system works as it should.  I hope that we don’t make a penny from penalty notices once the cameras are working, as it will mean that people aren’t abusing the bus lanes.”

The council already has a strategy to roll out the new system to the other locations.  It is also considering other applications, including red routes and Mobile Enforcement Vehicles, to add to Videalert’s digital video platform, which can simultaneously support multiple traffic management and enforcement applications, such as clean air and low emission zones using the same infrastructure.


According to Mark Hoskin, Business Development Director at Marston Holdings Ltd: “The award of this contract demonstrates how Videalert and NSL can jointly deliver complete solutions that streamline every aspect of the traffic and parking management process from enforcement and PCN processing through to collections.  This unique, integrated approach helps increase efficiency and maximise compliance in short timeframes.”


Captured evidence packs are stored on Videalert’s hosted digital video platform where they can be accessed and reviewed securely over the internet.  Validated evidence packs are sent to the council’s back office system to issue penalty charge notices (PCN).  Videalert’s flexible hosted platform makes it a quick and cost effective process to deploy enforcement as it does not require the installation of any IT at the council’s offices.


Tim Daniels, Sales and Marketing Director at Videalert, added:  “This is a continuation of a general trend whereby Videalert’s enhanced performance and functionality is causing local authorities to re-evaluate what represents best value.  As a result, we are currently replacing an increasing number of legacy systems and enabling enforcement to be extended to further improve compliance without incurring major additional capital expenditure.”


About Videalert

Videalert is part of Marston Holdings, the UK’s largest transportation and enforcement services group.  It is also one of the UK’s leading suppliers of intelligent traffic management and enforcement solutions.  Videalert is the only company able to provide its own suite of attended, unattended, and Mobile Vehicle CCTV enforcement solutions using the same intelligent digital video software platform.  The platform supports the widest range of traffic management andenforcement applications as well as clean air and low emission zones using the same infrastructure.  This unique, future-proofed solution combines sophisticated video analytics with ANPR and offers a full range of deployment options including wired LAN, Wi-Fi LAN and 4G WAN as well as supporting all analogue and ONVIF compliant digital megapixel cameras.   For further information, please visit www.videalert.com

Tattile ALPR cameras in Vietnam 

April 06, 2020





Tattile ALPR cameras in Vietnam



For some years now, Vietnam has been the protagonist of constant economic and technological growth, positioning as a leader in ITS and Smart City infrastructure in the APAC region.



In this regard, an ambitious project, including safety systems and traffic offences control renovation, will involve Tattile ALPR cameras through the collaboration with local partners. The ANPR devices will be installed in the North of Vietnam, creating the new backbone for road user protection and enhancing the relative driving experience.



Several Tattile license plate reader cameras will be used to grant road users safety, by measuring the vehicles speed in the most critical stretches of the road and by detecting red-light runners in the selected intersections. All these applications will have the common goal to reduce casualties and to protect the citizens.

In addition to the enforcement capabilities, the previously described traffic monitoring systems will provide the detection of each transit. Those transits, together with the ones collected by fully dedicated ANPR cameras installed on the road, will allow the government to collect and use a huge amount of Big Data. The latter, including license plate numbers and vehicle profiles, are useful for many security and counter crime purposes such as preventing vehicles from being stolen and tracking hit-and-run offenders.

The project involves Tattile Vega Smart 2HD, Vega Smart Speed and Vega Smart Traffic Light cameras. These license plate reader devices, equipped with embedded Artificial Intelligence (AI), are capable to performing real-time analysis without needing an external computer or costly IT infrastructure.

This innovative project will last 3 years…and we’re just at the beginning.




Is COVID-19 the Tipping Point for Contactless Payments?

April 03, 2020



Is COVID-19 the Tipping Point for Contactless Payments?


by Michael Back, HonkMobile




Contactless infrastructure has been in place for years but consumer behaviour hasn’t yet embraced this technology at a large scale. Are the tides about to change?


The climate around coronavirus has drawn particularly close attention to the safety and cleanliness associated with both cash and the high-touch payment technology that we use everyday – from ATM’s to parking pay stations to retail pin pads to name but a few. These simple conveniences of modern day life will need to be re-examined in a post COVID-19 world.


Let’s take a closer look…


Bills typically stay in circulation between 5 to 15 years and are the perfect environment for microbes to settle. The dirtiness of banknotes is far from a new phenomenon – in a 2014 study (the Dirty Money Project), biology professor Jane Carlton found that US bills carried more than 3,000 types of bacteria. A separate US Air Force study found that 94% of banknotes collected in Ohio were infected with pathogens including E. coli, Salmonella, and Staphylococcus aureus.


While health and safety around cash-handling isn’t new, government bodies’ hypersensitivity towards cash-handling and the strong measures they are taking to alleviate the possibility of banknotes transmitting the coronavirus certainly is. Some examples: China is disinfecting and locking away used banknotes, while the Bank of Korea is heating banknotes, and in some cases, burning the bills. In addition, the Bank of Korea will no longer handle the exchange of coins and banknotes that have been introduced from abroad.


Another powerful recommendation to move away from cash comes from the World Health Organization, which has urged the population to avoid cash and to use contactless payments to reduce the risk of the transmission ofCOVID-19.


Banks worldwide are also taking measures amidst the COVID-19 outbreak that have a direct impact on consumer purchasing behaviour. Dutch banks are raising contactless limits as one measure to deter the spread of COVID-19 – the limit for contactless payments was previously €50 EUR, and has now been raised to €100 EUR. Another example is the UK, where the spending limit will rise from £30 GBP to £45 GBP in a national roll-out.


While governments and banks are now looking at cash handling differently, so too are consumers. “Sensitivity to catching the Coronavirus is now showing up at point of sale,” said Richard Crone, Principal at Crone Consulting, LLC. One study of US consumers before and after the Coronavirus epidemic is very telling, translating to a growing need for, and embrace of, contactless payments: “About 38% of consumers now see contactless as a basic need or feature of payments, up from 30% a year ago.”


While the current coronavirus outbreak won’t last forever, it is perfectly plausible to expect that many of the new habits formed during this time will. As such, it’s safe to assume the hypersensitivity to touching cash and avoidance of high-touch areas will have a lasting impact on consumer habits going forward. The good news is that the answer is, and has always been, in the palm of our hands.

SP+ Selected as Park-Line Miami’s Parking Operator

March 16, 2020


SP+ Selected as Park-Line Miami’s Parking Operator

CHICAGO, March 16, 2020  — SP Plus Corporation(SP+), (Nasdaq: SP), a leading provider of technology-driven mobility solutions for aviation, commercial, hospitality and institutional clients throughout North America, has been selected as the parking management company to serve Park-Line Miami, the highly-anticipated, luxury residential community at Virgin MiamiCentral.

The parking facility includes four levels to accommodate more than 900 vehicles. SP+ will provide both valet parking and concierge services to residents and visitors at the front entrance.

“SP+’s parking expertise, focus on customer service and corporate culture were necessary attributes when choosing a partner for Miami’s most connected and innovative transit-oriented development, Park-Line Miami,” commented Najam Syed, Head of Asset Management at Virgin Trains USA.

The new technology SP+ brings to Park-Line Miami includes a smart parking reservation system designed to help valets manage capacity and easily locate vehicles to provide exceptional and timely service. The system is paired with a mobile app for residents to check-in and make reservations prior to retrieving their vehicles at the exclusive valet lounge.

“The SP+ team is excited to bring new technology and mobility options to the parking operations for this exciting development. We are dedicated to making sure that every resident receives impeccable service each and every time they drop off or retrieve their vehicle,” commented Chester Escobar, Vice President, South Florida and Puerto Rico for SP+.

SP+ facilitates the efficient movement of people, vehicles and personal belongings with the goal of enhancing the consumer experience while improving bottom line results for our clients. The Company provides professional parking management, ground transportation, remote baggage check-in and handling, facility maintenance, security, event logistics, and other technology-driven mobility solutions to aviation, commercial, hospitality, healthcare and government clients across North America. For more information, visit www.spplus.com.

Bentonville Street Department chooses web-based data solution from All Traffic Solutions

March 16, 2020



Bentonville Street Department chooses web-based data solution from All Traffic Solutions



HERNDON, VA – MARCH 16, 2020 – In Arkansas, the Bentonville Street Department is using TraffiCloud from All Traffic Solutions (ATS) to determine how to solve current road safety challenges and plan for the future.



The implementation of technology from the Herndon, VA-based traffic safety and data analytics leader is enabling better-informed decision making and optimized allocation of budgets and other resources to handle traffic-related community issues. A significant development is that TraffiCloud will also provide data that will be used to measure and plan road capacity needs in line with future economic expansion.

The Street Department, together with the Traffic Safety & Signage Committee, handles the majority of community speeding complaints within its locality. Responses have to meet an agreed set of criteria and between them the Department and the Committee were looking for a way to ascertain whether complaints are valid and their responses appropriate.

“Before TraffiCloud, our traffic-calming measures were complaint-driven but you’ll always have a certain percentage of speed violators. The challenge was how to assess each situation and put it in context with overall traffic volumes — in some instances, the perceptions of the safety risk can be rather different from the reality. We also needed to be able to gauge how to deploy limited resources to best address any problems,” explains Tony Davis, Street Manager with the Bentonville Street Department and a member of the Traffic Safety & Signage Committee.

TraffiCloud provides accurate, dependable real-time insights by bringing together information from a wide range of sources. It is a web-based data management solution and its open-standards approach enables it to work with sensors and systems from ATS as well as other manufacturers.

Used in combination with ATS’ StatTrak portable vehicle counter classifiers, TraffiCloud is currently enabling the Bentonville Street Department to ascertain its true needs in terms of safety interventions and mitigations — where a legitimate speeding problem is identified, a remotely controlled ATS Shield radar speed sign is deployed as a traffic-calming measure.

TraffiCloud enables wide-area traffic management at minimal cost. It enables both permanent and temporary devices to be networked and so work cohesively rather than piecemeal — for instance, the Bentonville Street Department is also using ATS Shield radar speed signs to govern speeds on diversion routes necessitated by work zones.
The solution is employed by both the Street Department and local law enforcement. This means that TraffiCloud provides a wealth of high-quality data on traffic movements and drivers’ habits and, in the future, it will be employed to help re-work the local Master Street Plan. This will enable Davis and his colleagues to determine how to manage traffic capacity in line with economic development. In particular, it will help to build a picture of what’s going on and what’s needed away from main arterial routes.

The key reasons for the Bentonville Street Department choosing TraffiCloud are its versatility and connectivity, says Andy Souders, CEO of ATS.

“The Cloud means that devices can be accessed from pretty much anywhere. Data can be retrieved and operating parameters changed without having to visit the roadside.

“Remote operation frees up resources and is more cost-effective. It provides a further safety benefit because you’re not unnecessarily placing operatives next to live traffic lanes, and it speeds the collection of information for many different kinds of applications.”
Information about TraffiCloud, StatTrak and other ATS products and solutions can be found on the company’s website.

About All Traffic Solutions

All Traffic Solutions is a leader in traffic safety and data analytics for Intelligent Transportation Systems and smart parking applications. We help law enforcement, municipal agencies and commercial organizations use data and cloud-supported devices such as web-enabled radar speed displays, conditional messaging technology, and lidar technology to calm traffic, optimize parking availability, share notifications, and improve traffic safety— while maximizing resources and budget. For more information, visit our website http://www.alltrafficsolutions.com.


March 09, 2020









New function allows parking enforcement officers to issue citations electronically from within the Parking Office in conjunction with AIMS LPR system; benefits include speedier and safer ticketing, increased fee collection, and better documentation of violations.


Syracuse, NY – EDC Corporation, the Syracuse, NY-based developer of the AIMS Parking Management suite of parking management solutions, announced today that it has introduced e-Ticketing functionality in conjunction with the company’s proven and popular LPR technology. E-ticketing enables parking staff to issue citations within the parking office, using the violator’s license plate as the primary credential. Benefits include enhanced safety for personnel, higher productivity, lower operational costs, faster collection of fees, and a more robust and automated documentation trail, which includes photographic, time-stamp and GPS ‘proof’ of the violation.

“Moving from physical to virtual ticketing is the next, logical step in the evolution of the parking industry,” said Ellen Genung, Vice President of EDC Corporation. “We’ve seen this same progression in other segments of the transportation industry, beginning with Red Light Cameras as early as 1993 – to the current rush in the U.S. to migrate from staffed, paper-ticket toll booths to LPR cameras and pay-by-plate tolls, after longstanding use of that technology in Europe.” According to Genung, e-Ticketing is likewise a logical enhancement to and investment in EDC’s suite of parking software modules.

EDC customer Derrick Davis, who is Director of Parking and Transportation for Georgia Southern University, has seen excellent results from the AIMS e-Ticketing software, which was rolled out to select customers as a beta this past fall.

“Building on our use of AIMS LPR and virtual permitting, we implemented the AIMS eTicket module in the fall of 2019,” said Davis. “We’ve been able to issue 54% more citations, are no longer spending a quarter of our time looking for vehicles to tag with a windshield envelope, and we’re providing violators with far more information with each citation. Even better, our web payments have increased around 10%, which saves hands-on processing time. And, if we cite an unregistered vehicle, the license plate RO Lookup has enabled us to collect over $26K of previously unpaid citations and link over half of the unregistered vehicles to students.” Davis adds his department has also seen a drop-off in parking ticket-related office traffic. “This has been a real game changer for our operation.”


The AIMS system provides parking enforcement personnel with digital tools for virtual enforcement. LPR-equipped vehicles and Fixed LPR cameras continually patrol and monitor parking lots, garages and streets, tracking vehicles and easily triggering needed citations in real-time.  On the backend of the system, office personnel review the LPR data and issue citations from the safety of their office via email or, if desired, through AIMS’ print-and-mail ticket management system.


  • Increased officer safety – The officer continues to work in the LPR vehicle, checking plates without having to exit and interact with disgruntled customers.
  • Increased efficiency and citation issuance rates – Mobile and fixed LPR cameras do the work in the field, enabling office staff to efficiently review hits and issue citations without the enforcement officer having to walk from vehicle to vehicle, across campus, or across city blocks.
  • Fixed cameras can capture violators without an LPR vehicle patrolling a lot or parking structure to physically place the citation on the windshield
  • Reduced costs in enforcement staff and parking violation stock
  • Increased accuracy as the office has more time to review data before completing the citation
  • More information can be sent with the citation than can be printed on a ticket. This information can include images from the LPR cameras and the GPS location of the ticket.
  • AIMS generates and delivers the ticket automatically


Those interested in learning more about the new AIMS e-Ticketing Module from EDC – and the broader AIMS Parking Solutions suite supporting the app — are encouraged to visit the company’s website and/or schedule a live demo.


EDC Corporation is a leading provider of parking systems for municipalities, higher education, and other industry segments. For 25 years, our flagship software suite — AIMS Parking Management Software – has
been implemented, innovating, and hard at work at over 180 parking operations across North America. Proven, reliable, easy-to-use, fully integrated, scalable and fully supported by a customer-focused team of in-house software developers, seasoned field/sales professionals, and knowledgeable implementation experts

AIMS Parking Management Software supports: ticket management; permit management; mobile enforcement; LPR (license plate recognition); event management; and, new in 2019, a consumer-facing mobile payment app.

In acknowledgment of the significant challenges facing operators reliant on parking management systems that have fallen short of expectations, EDC also offers a proprietary LaneChange™, step-by-step process for migration to and implementation of its platform.

To learn more about AIMS Parking Management Solutions — or schedule a live demo for a parking management or facilities team — visit www.aimsparking.com. The company is also on LinkedIn and Twitter.


Access Professional Systems Chosen to Install State-Of-The-Art Parking Technology at Inn at the Mission

March 09, 2020




Access Professional Systems Chosen to Install State-Of-The-Art

Parking Technology at Inn at the Mission




San Juan Capistrano, CA (March 9, 2020)— When San Juan Capistrano’s newest hotel, Inn at the Mission, opens this spring it will offer guests an extraordinarily safe, secure, and hassle-free parking experience with a state-of-the-art parking technology suite. San Diego-based Access Professional Systems (APS) announced today that it has been selected to install an advanced TIBA revenue control suite, which will interface with the hotel’s Property Management System (PMS) to provide an exceptional and seamless parking experience for the hotel and its guests.


“San Juan Capistrano is known for its history and beautiful landscape, and the Inn at the Mission Hotel will be a perfect complement to the charm of the downtown corridor,” said Chris Dix, Director of Business Development for Access Professional Systems. “Everyone at APS is extremely proud to be helping to bring this great new hotel to the SJC community.”

The Inn at the Mission parking technology suite will include four lanes of TIBA revenue control equipment and integration with the hotel PMS so that guests can use their room keys to enter and exit the parking lot. The state-of-the-art parking technology suite will provide an extremely convenient parking experience for hotel guests.


About Inn at the Mission San Juan Capistrano

Inn at the Mission San Juan Capistrano, Autograph Collection stands in the historic district as a gathering place to reflect, connect, and discover. Located across from the Mission, the casa blends traditional California style with comfortable luxury. Inspired by the past yet looking forward, the luxury boutique hotel is complete with hacienda-style guest rooms, villas, resort-style pool, signature restaurant and bar, spa, and more.


About Access Professional Systems

San Diego-based Access Professional Systems (APS) is a leading provider of parking technology. Founded in 1977 by Russell L. Scheppmann, APS has been providing comprehensive gate automation, access and revenue control, video surveillance, and parking guidance solutions for over 40 years. APS can be found online at https://www.accessprofessionals.com.



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