Green light will save stretching your neck when parking

Most motorists at some time in their lives will have found themselves in a large multi-storey car park having to stretch their necks to try and detect if there are any spaces in a row at the end.
parkhelp.pngThey may ask the wife. But an instant decision has to be made. They take that particular row, but unfortunately find themselves unlucky - and extremely frustrated. Time is against them. So they start the search for a space all over again.

But this doesnt have to be the frustration and anger any more. At last, there is a system for multi-storey car parks which installs green lights above each space to highlight if there are any spaces in a row making it easy for the motorist to detect.

When the space becomes occupied, a sensor is activated which automatically changes the green light to red. In future, all motorists will have to do is to look down an aisle in a multi-storey and if a green light is spotted then they will instantly know there is a vacant space. What sheer relief.

The Metric Group has become a partner of ParkHelp who have developed an advanced lighting and signage system to highlight the vacant spaces in a multi-storey car park.

Said Metrics sales and marketing director Bill Laurie: This revolutionary system of finding spaces in a multi-storey car park will, I am convinced, particularly interest consultants designing new car parks so that it can be included in their budgets.

Park Help say their car park guidance system is unique. Said their marketing manager Moises Pera today: The ParkHelp system not only helps motorists, but car park management too.

It aids car par management thanks to a simple software application that allows traffic to be directed through visualising the car park status in real time, consulting past data and obtaining statistics automatically.

At the same time, the ParkHelp system assists motorists to locate parking spaces efficiently using a system of guided information. When a client enters a parking space the system automatically guides the vehicle directly to the nearest free space.

In this way, ParkHelp optimises the management of empty spaces and minimises the time that a client spends finding a free space.

Metric, who are one of the UKs leading suppliers of parking machines for car parks, can advise on the benefits of this system and can be contacted on 01793 647821.
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