Guidance system in port of portland

The guidance system will provide a sonic detector over each parking stall, connected via computer to a series of variable message signs.
As motorists approach each level of the garage, a variable message sign will indicate the exact number of vacant spaces available on the floor. Once on the floor, additional variable message signs and the individual space detectors will direct drivers to available spaces. To accomplish the work, the Port approved a contract not to exceed $2.1 million with Scheidt & Bachmann GmbH for the purchase and installation of equipment."
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