West Orange, NJ – Designated Parking Corp introduces MySpot™ 200, a personal remote-controlled parking space barrier. This barrier prevents the unauthorized entry into reserved parking spaces. It requires no external power source, as the power to raise the barrier is generated by a car when it passes over the lowered barrier.
designated_parking.jpgMySpot 200 offers a simple-to-install and maintenance-free solution to the problem of unauthorized cars using assigned parking spaces in office, public and residential buildings. The barrier installs on the roadway surface using adhesive or bolts. Once installed, it is ready to block entry to the space. When the owner approaches the space, a command is sent from a small transmitter similar to a garage door control and the barrier lowers, allowing the car to pass over it. Upon leaving the
space, another transmitted command raises the barrier, blocking unauthorized entry until the owner returns.
Every time the car passes over the barrier (entering or leaving the space), MySpot 200 captures energy from the weight of the car and stores it for future use. The system requires neither wiring nor digging to install, making it a cost-effective
solution to the annoying and frustrating problem of finding one’s parking space occupied.
desig_parkding.jpgMySpot can be used for controlled access to Disabled Parking spaces. A special version of the product can be used for coinparking, were the barrier communicates with a central pay meter. The barrier rises after the car enters the space to block the car from leaving the parking space. The barrier will drop to allow exit after the appropriate fee has been paid at the central meter. This automates the enforcement of the collection of parking fees.

Designated Parking Corp. was founded by a team with broad experience in the garage door industry. The product is making its debut at the InterTraffic 2004 exhibition in Amsterdam, Booth 03-133, opening on March 30th 2004.

For more information

Contact Mr. Dori Teich at +1 973 669-8214, or by email at or visit the company’s web site at
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