Lost Ticket in an Automated Garage


Lost Ticket in an Automated Garage

We were musing here in Parking Blog about what would happen if, in an automated garage, like the one at Hoboken, a daily parker who had never been there before lost their ticket. How would one find the car?

I asked Walker Parking’s automation expert, Don Monahan, the same question at a seminar a few weeks ago and he got back to me today.

Regarding a lost ticket in an
automated garage, I believe the system could easily find the car if a picture
was intially taken of the license plate and the license plate number read and
recorded with the transaction.

An elegant solution — certainly LPR would work absolutely in a closed environment like one of these garages and the interface with the system’s equipment should be relatively painless.


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John Van Horn

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  1. I-TO-I has realized this in serveral automated car parks with our LPR system VIS-3X

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