PVT Signs First City Wide Trial of PhotoViolationMeter in Niagara Falls, New York

Photo Violation Technologies Corp. (PVT), a leader in technologically innovative parking meter solutions, is proud to announce the patented PhotoViolationMeter is engaged in its first citywide trial with the city of Niagara Falls, NY.
The city will install 200 225 PhotoViolationMeters in downtown for a 6 months test trial beginning on May 1, 2007. The PhotoViolationMeters will play a prominent part in the citys exigent plan to revitalize its downtown core. Provided that the PhotoViolationMeter perform to specifications, the mayor will recommend the purchase of the PVM to the City Council.

PVT is pleased to be working with IBM for the enhancement of the software solutions used in the operation of the PVM, and the central applications for management of parking services. IBM and PVT are developing a variety of models for installation, support, training, maintenance and field service of the PhotoViolationMeter , to provide our clients with the most attractive service and financial options.

Residents in the city of Niagara Falls will get to enjoy the state-of-the-art user-friendly parking meter that will generate more revenue for their city without raising the cost of parking. By using patented camera technology and its auto-ticketing feature, revenues will increase through user compliance. Drivers will no longer feel hassled at the meter and will not take the risk to skip out on parking.

According to Fred Mitschele, President & CEO of Photo Violation Technologies Corp. The Niagara Falls, NY city-wide trial will prove the PhotoViolationMeter s effectiveness on a city-wide scale. To date, we have had great success with smaller trials, but the full rollout of the PhotoViolationMeter solution in the downtown core will take the PhotoViolationMeter to its final evolutionary step. This trial with the city of Niagara Falls will prove to future cities that the PhotoViolationMeter is effective and shows auspicious results in city-wide implementations just as well as it does in smaller ones.

Provided the units perform as specified, the mayor of Niagara Falls will recommend the purchase of the user-friendly parking meters at the conclusion of the trial. Photo Violation Technologies Corp. believes fairness and convenience for users are the keys to driver-compliance with the city parking system. By making a meter available right next to their vehicle, providing them with easy methods to pay for parking, and additional user-friendly features, fewer drivers will try to cheat the system, leading to high parking revenues for the city. The city might choose to deactivate certain features during the trial period, but once activated, the PhotoViolationMeter will support ground sensors with the Photo Violation Vehicle Sensor Puck.

About Photo Violation Technologies Corp.

Photo Violation Technologies Corp. is a private Canadian corporation, with subsidiaries in Europe and Asia that has developed a patented, technologically innovative parking meter system - the PhotoViolationMeter. Photo Violation Technologies Corp. has successfully forged relationships with Fortune 500 companies and global suppliers such as IBM, Honeywell, and Motorola. These relationships ensure the future success of Photo Violation Technologies Corp. on a global scale. Photo Violation Technologies Corp. is proud to be working with these partners to develop the most sophisticated parking system.
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