Automated Valet set to impress valet industry at NPA tradeshow

New patent pending garage entry technology provides instant processing
Las Vegas, September 2008 As a sponsor, exhibitor and last year technology prize winner, Automated Valet invites members of the valet and parking industry to the 57th Annual National Parking Association Convention and Exposition held at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, September 15-18.
Garage Entry.jpgAutomated Valet will be showing the latest in valet parking systems and promises its newest innovations will by far outpace the competition. Since winning the award for Best Technology at the 2007 NPA Convention and Exposition, Automated Valets premiere valet parking system AVPM, has made major strides.
One of the companys most dynamic new features is the patent pending FACEID camera system. In addition to AVPMs existing video processing for scanning vehicles for damage, this new technology automates damage control and employee identification. FACEID scans faces and vehicles. It identifies valets and decodes license plates, car makes, models, colors and finds all the damages at the entry and exit points. This product reduces valet garage entry time to a few milliseconds. It provides 100 percent revenue control and eliminates fraudulent damage claims. This will be a new era to the valet parking industry says Ken Gulec, CEO and the cofounder of Automated Valet. We invite everybody, to come and see our innovative products at the NPA Las Vegas show. We can provide to parking industry any support they need.
Trade Show.pngIn addition to the AVPMFACEID Camera system, Automated Valet will also showcase new products including a staging board specific to airport valet that tracks flight arrivals, departures for customers and their luggages. For hotel valet, the company has created an interface with Micros hotel systems that provides automatic billing for overnight valet charges.
AVPM offers state-of-the-art technologies to address all valet and parking management problems. Look for Automated Valet at the NPA show, booth 506.
As leader in the valet parking industry we have responsibilities. We have to bring new tools and implement new technologies to our system constantly, Gulec says. We are proud to raise the standards and expectations of this industry.

AVPM, the only valet parking application of its kind. For more information visit
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