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CAME Parkare has designed 2 Off Street new parking lines that will be exhibited for the first time at Intertraffic Amsterdam 5-8 April 2016.

2 Off Street new parking lines

A fusion of Italian style and Spanish ingenuity, CAME Parkare’s first joint venture parking system, uses the latest technology to create 2 powerful, high-end and medium end parking systems, that will offer a new dimension to the parking industry.

A common main feature in PKE & PKM is that the automatic cashier is not only a payment terminal but also a complete multifunctional station. With a compact design and latest technology the Automatic Payment Station can work as Manual Cashier, so users can purchase parking products, get discounts or use promotions. Advertising can be included, too.

Both lines provide a low maintenance solution whilst maintaining efficiency during the demand required by high operation facilities. The Car Park Central Unit can be installed in the Automatic Payment Station, so the system becomes more robust and secure, always working (because when the communication with the Cloud Services fails, the Central Unit keeps controlling the car park system). This embedded Central Unit consists in an industrial solid state disk computer located inside an Automatic Payment Station, so no additional control room is required any longer and the system can easily work remotely attended.

Thanks to the Multi Car Park Platform, car parks situated across the globe can be managed by just one employee located anywhere, using a Smartphone or a Tablet.

All machines are European DDA-ADA standards EN 301 549 compliance.

PKE Line

CAME Parkare offers both thermal paper roll (QR, barcode, etc.) and magnetic strip ticket technology. Machines can work full time due to the 2 printers redundancy with a High MTBF ratio (Mean Time Between Failures).

With the addition of a Pay On Exit terminal using credit card payment facilities and also the Card In / Card Out, that allows users to get in and out the car park without ticket, just using their credit card, PKE demonstrates a strong future for CAME Parkare on the world parking stage.

PKM Line

Though the PKM setup shares many common features with the PKE high-end system, it comes with a more cost effective bottom line, making it an appealing option for strict budgets. Only available with thermal paper roll technology (QR, barcode, etc.).

With enhanced feature upgrades, PKM promises to be a hugely successful and stylish addition to the world of mid-range car park systems.

The 2 Off Street new parking lines will be exhibited for the first time at Intertraffic Amsterdam 5-8 April 2016.

About CAME ParkareCame Parkare

CAME - Parkare is a Company of CAME Group. We are leaders in automation, control, management and distribution of equipment for car parks (on-street) and parking meters (off-street). We also do the maintenance for all our machines and systems with our Customer Service.

In CAME - Parkare our main asset is the satisfaction of all our customers. As a service company (almost the 50%), we constantly aim to deliver quality solutions to our customers.

Our value chain contains concepts like the Feasibility of the Study, the Development & Engineering, the Manufacturing, Installation and an After Sales Service. Due to this we can offer tailor made solutions for our customers.

CAME - Parkare is a new concept, stronger than ever and operating in 118 countries.

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