Cutting-Edge Car Parking Ticket Options
Controlling the amount of traffic arriving into and departing from a typical parking area can be challenging and only the latest technological innovations will do. Advance Systems Access Control is fully aware of these requirements and our team of highly trained experts has created a number of car park ticket machines that are intended to take the guesswork out of the equation.
Not only will they adhere to modern standards, but a flexible architecture signals that we are able to adjust these units to suit the discrete needs of the customer in question. Let us take a closer look at what clients can expect from our line of car park systems.
Simplified, Automated and Intuitive
Managers of larger car parks need to be presented with intuitive systems that are easy to operate. Not only can this virtually eliminate the learning curve, but handling high volumes of traffic will no longer present an issue. This also allows stakeholders to produce concise documentation and similar reports when necessary.
Each location is naturally associated with its own set of logistical and technical requirements. This is the primary reason why the concept of “one size fits all” is irrelevant in terms of the systems that we are able to provide. We will take into account such variables as:
- The size of the location.
- The traffic volume.
- The physical dimensions of the parking ticket machine.
Thus, our customers can expect to enjoy a sense of modularity that would not be possible through the use of conventional methods. What are some of the other features which have served to set our car parking ticket machines apart from the rest?
Customisable Options to Increase Efficiency and Guarantee Customer Satisfaction
The car parking industry very much represents a two-way street. In other words, the needs of the owner and the client must be addressed during the installation of any of our units. This is why Advance Systems has designed a number of efficient access control solutions. Some examples include:
- Pay-and-display parking.
- Exit ticket terminals.
- Automated barriers to control vehicle movement when required.
There are many instances when a parking area will be left unattended. This is when the inclusion of a pay-and-display machine can come in handy. All processes are automated so that customers will be able to quickly obtain a ticket after the appropriate funds have been deposited. Other features include three separate locking points, coin slots, a stand-alone motherboard and superior levels of vandalism protection.
Our line of exit ticket terminals will provide a streamlined method for customers to leave the car park. Primary features include (but are not limited to) a high-capacity ticket box, a barcode reader, RFID chip readers and all-directional ticket recognition software.
Security is always a concern within any car park. Advance Systems has therefore included automated barriers within our selection of products. The size of these barriers will depend upon the needs of the customer and they are equipped with safety arms of up to 3.5 metres in length. These low-maintenance units can be designed with additional accessories in mind such as high-visibility LED lights, back-up modes, thermostat-controlled heating elements and RFID entry/exit readers.
All Under One Roof
These are only three examples of the products that are offered by Advance Systems. The main takeaway point is that each has been developed with the needs of the car park owner in mind. While each is different in regards to its purpose, there are nonetheless some underlying qualities which are exhibited in every one of these units:
- A user-friendly design
Advance Systems Automated Entry and Information Solutions have been active in the Irish marketplace for over two decades and we constantly seek to remain on the cutting edge of modern car park systems. All customers can expect to enjoy a superior level of expertise when working together with our team of trained technicians.
Those who would like to learn more are encouraged to speak with a representative. We can be reached by email, by telephone and there is also an online contact form to request additional information.