Automated parking for 200

Residential Estate Security Handbook 2020 Access Control & Identity Management

A new parking area that can accommodate up to 200 vehicles in the centre of Agordo (Belluno), in Italy, was recently involved in a redevelopment process. It was built by CAME Parkare, a CAME Group company specialising in the design of advanced parking management systems and pay-to-park areas.

The parking facility is currently for the exclusive use of the customers of the nearby supermarket, but the implementation of paid and subscription parking spaces has already been prepared for the opening of eleven other businesses in the area, for offices and homes.

Since Agordo is a tourist resort close to the ski lifts in the heart of the Dolomites, the parking area can also be a service for mountain enthusiasts who will visit the town of ancient origins.

The PKE system simplifies and speeds up the entry and exit of users, improving the user parking experience thanks to its parking control system based on a network of automatic devices that regulate access, check payments and record all activities inside the car park. The car park has an entrance (with PKE SLIM terminal) that guarantees efficiency and continuity of service, thanks to the presence of two integrated devices for printing entrance tickets. In case of low stock of the first roll, it allows a quick passage to the second roll, optimising common maintenance operations and improving the level of service to the consumer.

The outgoing terminal, again a PKE SLIM model, offers a compact design that concentrates all the functions of QR technology in the minimum possible space without compromising the intuitive user interface, for a smoother exit from the parking area. For payment of the parking fee, there is an automatic pay station, and a manual pay station for the operator, which can also create subscriptions.

The parking area is equipped with a CAME Parkare device called E-validec, a system that allows to establish promotional discounts offered by different retailers to reward the loyalty of their customers.


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