Casino Parking is a Sure Thing with an INDECT Parking Guidance System

Casino Parking is a Sure Thing with an INDECT Parking Guidance System

INDECT has successfully installed their world-class parking guidance system in 17 major casinos/resorts across the USA with another currently under construction and a further casino to begin work mid-year.

INDECT’s dominance of the casino segment can be attributed to three main factors, the quality of their products, the ease of installation and their proven record for accuracy and reliability.

Nowhere is this more apparent than on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada where there are currently 15 casinos on the Las Vegas Strip with an INDECT parking guidance system.

We like to say that everyone’s a winner with an INDECT parking guidance system.” states Dale Fowler, President of INDECT USA. “It sounds cheesy but it’s true. The players are happy because they can find a space and the owners are happy because the garage is more efficient.”

Casino garages are nearly always operating at capacity, regardless of the time of day or night. This can make finding a parking spot a long and frustrating experience. An INDECT parking guidance system easily directs drivers to the nearest available space by guiding them through the garage and assisting them to make an informed choice at each decision point.

We use hyper bright LEDs in our sensors and wayfinding signs to ensure clear visibility even from long distances. Each sign shows the number of available spaces and where these spaces are located. The signs can also be used to direct drivers with special needs to premium spaces that are closer to the entrance and elevators.” said Fowler.

Our accuracy and reliability are unmatched in the market. It’s one of the main reasons we get so much repeat business. Once the system is up and running there is not much more the casino needs to do except sit back and enjoy the positive comments.” he said.

In addition to their regular parking guidance signs and sensors, INDECT also offer custom-designed matrix signs as an additional feature. These signs can be placed at the entrance/exit to a garage, near the elevators on each level or anywhere additional information is needed.

Our matrix signs are becoming quite popular. They can be as simple or as complex as the client desires, capable of displaying anything from parking directions to emergency and event information. This makes them extremely useful for casinos offering multiple live shows and performances.” said Fowler.

Most casino parking garages are large, multi-level structures that accommodate thousands of vehicles every day.  Parking can be tricky to say the least. Installing a parking guidance system makes the whole process quicker and easier, allowing people to get to their destination relaxed and ready to enjoy themselves.

So, while we can’t guarantee a windfall when you next decide to try your luck at the casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, you can bet your bottom dollar there’ll be a parking space waiting just for you. From Mandalay Bay at one end to the Encore Resort at the other, INDECT has taken the gambling out of the parking garage and put it back in the casino where it belongs.

About 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

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