Metric Parking is integrating a parking enforcement system into their portfolio of pay and display machines. Metrics national sales team is now offering the new ParkingEye system which is said to ensure one hundred percent car park payment through its own intelligent enforcement."ParkingEye is new technology and Metric like working with new technologies", said Andrew McKerney, Managing Director of MTP, ParkingEyes UK distribution and sales operation.
aboutusheader_r1_c11.gifThe state-of-the-art system, which is actually linked to a pay and display machine, detects motion.

When the system detects, for example, two cars entering a car park, it signals the pay and display machine to expect two transactions.

If the machine only receives one transaction, the ParkingEye contacts the enforcer by pc, mobile or pager and reports that one vehicle has not paid.

The ParkingEye system is designed to ensure that one hundred percent of motorists who utilise a car park pay for parking, and where motorists choose not to pay they are more likely to be detected and penalised by enforcement officers.

The first UK ParkingEye system was tested in April.
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