It's not just the football that's heading for the desert: new major project in Qatar

The fact that they love superlatives on the Arabian peninsula is well known. And that they like to test out the limits of what is technically feasible is also no surprise. One current large infrastructure project in Qatar are once again demonstrating just this at the moment: the New Doha International Airport (NDIA)
The NDIA has the unabashed aim of becoming the new international hub for air traffic in the region.
It goes without saying that in the field of parking management too a partner of equal standing was required. And DESIGNA was not only more than able to fit the bill, but was also able to use a large proportion of the features that have made PM ABACUS a technological market leader. These features include license plate recognition adapted to the country's alphabet, thus taking care of security with a high degree of convenience, a VoIP communication interface and the consistent integration of RFID. Together they ensure that the intermobility experience integrates seamlessly into the extremely demanding service concept.

The grand opening of the NDIA is planned for July of this year, with capacity for 12 million passengers per year in the first stage. By 2020 - just in time for the football world cup - the intention is to expand the capacity to 60 million passengers per year, which would put Frankfurt am Main airport into the shade. And so DESIGNA will be able to contribute to helping the world to experience an outstanding and - we anticipate - perfectly organised mega-sporting event.
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