ParkTrans in the News

Modernization is Possible...

The continuing growth of cities is escalating the need for mobility in urban areas and heavy vehicle traffic calls for smarter parking and mobility systems.  The camera infrastructure is already in place, and now the need is shifting towards hardware and platform independent analytics, data collection, and parking management systems based on LPR and other vehicle identification technologies. 

Is New Tech Worth It?

ANYONE WITH A FEW YEARS IN PARKING KNOWS technology is advancing
rapidly within our industry. Three of the latest trends seem to be
in the areas of mobile apps, wayfinding tools, and video analytics.

Achievable Smart Cities Powered by Video Analytics

Video analytics platforms work with the current infrastructure to deliver the desired functions.

Asura Technologies and Umojo Partner on LPR

UMOJO AND ASURA TECHNOLOGIES ANNOUNCES STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP FOR DELIVERING TURN-KEY GARAGE PARKING MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES.

Asura Technologies Expands to US Market

Asura Technologies Announces the Opening of U.S. Branch in Tandem with Exhibits at IPI & NPA

Is the Technology Worth It?

Technology is advancing rapidly within the parking industry. Mobile applications, wayfinding tools, and occupancy monitoring are just a few of the latest advancements. All of these create benefits for both the operator and consumer. The puzzle is how to quantify these benefits.

A New Generation of LPR

THE RENAISSANCE OF URBANIZATION brings with it side effects and challenges. An increasing number of vehicles
is one of its side effects and brings with it new demands to existing infrastructure, particularly those that rely on
license plate recognition (LPR) systems such as parking, tolling, and intelligent transportation systems (ITS). As the
number of service providers

Atlantic City, New Jersey

Create and Manage Comprehensive Parking Plan-January 2016

 

In February of 2016, the City issued an RFP seeking the development of a Comprehensive Parking Management Plan that will more effectively meet the parking needs of City visitors, clients and shoppers, municipal and private sector employers and their employees, residents, and commuters. Responding
vendors were asked to provide recommendations and strategies for (1) improved parking system management within the City of Atlantic City, and (2) identifying the opportunities for increasing the supply of parking spaces within the City of Atlantic City.

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