Leiden University is 444 years old this year! IP Parking Wins European Tender

A Happy Birthday Signals Time for an Innovative Parking System!

Leiden University Students

IP Parking wins the European tender from Leiden University for a contract duration of up to 20 years.

It concerns the Delivery, installation and maintenance of parking management systems, intercom and VMS operated from a Central Control Room on campus via a Graphic Control Station(s) with integrated functionalities.

The University has big ambitions and will expand considerably over the coming years. There are currently around 28,000 students and 6,700 employees.

The contract won includes the following parking facilities:

  • Rijnveste: 351 parking places (pp)
  • Ehrenfestweg: 500 pp
  • Motor House Plot: 350 pp
  • Sylvius: 120 pp
  • Niels Bohrweg: 100 pp
  • New Rhijngeest South: 500 pp
  • Malieban: 270 pp
  • Willem Einthoven Building: 80 pp
  • Gorlaeus Building: 170 pp
  • Main Location: 50 pp

We look forward to building a suitable mobility solution, together with this great client, that can grow and is future-proof.

About IP Parking

IP Parking

IP Parking is a Dutch developer and manufacturer of web-based PARCS hardware, software and applications.

IP Parking's installed base currently consists of 700 installations in Western Europe, the Middle East, Australia and North America. Early 2017 IP Parking opened its US subsidiary in New York City.

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