Dallas Love Field Airport chooses INDECT’s advanced UPSOLUT multifunction parking guidance system.

Dallas Love Field Airport has chosen INDECT as the preferred parking guidance system in Stage 2 of the airport’s multimillion dollar modernization program. After successful implementation of the INDECT parking guidance system in garages A and B at Dallas Love Field last year, the airport has again decided to install INDECT’s advanced, multifunction parking guidance system in garage C. 

Established in 1917 and conveniently located in the heart of Dallas, Dallas Love Field Airport services five airline carriers and sees more than seven million travelers each year, providing a vital economic link between the city of Dallas and the nation. 

The new parking garage C will provide approximately 5000 additional spaces over nine levels of public and valet parking.  A total of 752 UPSOLUT multifunction camera-based sensors will be installed throughout the public areas enabling drivers to easily and accurately locate a parking spot and allowing them to arrive at their destination in a timely and relaxed manner.

Experienced local partner Parking Guidance Systems (PGS) has been awarded the contract to supply and install parking guidance throughout garage C.  PGS have installed INDECT parking guidance systems in 18 garages across America and have a depth of product knowledge that is unmatched in the area.

Parking garages can be harsh environments for sensitive technology equipment.  Pollution residue from a build-up of vehicle exhaust and dust particles can adversely affect the sensors and lead to reduced accuracy.  Quality is important. Like other all INDECT products, the UPSOLUT is built to withstand well beyond the daily rigors of the parking garage environment.

It is the only IP67 rated sensor on the market in the USA,” said Dale Fowler, Director of INDECT USA.

That means that it will continue to work even when totally immersed in water and it’s also completely dustproof.  Rain, snow, salt or dust, you can rely on the UPSOLUT to be accurate more than 99% of the time.  No other camera-based parking guidance system can offer that level of accuracy.” said Fowler.

As well as utilizing INDECT’s leading-edge vehicle detection technology, Dallas Love Field will also be able to take advantage of some the UPSOLUT’s advanced features including license plate recognition (LPR), video streaming and people detection. Detailed, tailored reports will assist the airport in managing traffic flow and optimizing revenue.

Dallas Love Field Airport has been serving the Dallas and surrounding communities for nearly 100 years and INDECT is proud to be part of its bright future.

INDECTAbout INDECT USA

INDECT is the leading provider of parking guidance systems. INDECT’s systems combine the most advanced parking space sensors with industry-leading data management technology to offer drivers a safer, more convenient parking experience while helping parking owners operate their parking assets more efficiently and profitably.

INDECT USA can be found online at www.indectusa.com

Parking Guidance SystemsAbout Parking Guidance Systems (PGS)

PGS specializes in providing tailored solutions to a range of parking needs. With more than 30 years’ experience in the parking industry, PGS works directly with their clients to increase utilization, improve safety, maximize efficiency, optimize occupancy and boost revenue.

PGS can be found online at www.parkingguidancesystems.com

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