Scheidt and Bachmann Also Equips New Terminal T3 at Las Vegas Airport

With the construction of a new terminal, McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, USA, is setting itself up for the future. The provision of additional parking spaces also counts as one of the attractive services on offer for airline passengers.
Las_Vegas_01_e464f0399e.jpgA new car park will be built in the direct vicinity which will be equipped with entervo - the innovative parking management system from Scheidt & Bachmann. This means that more than 4500 additional parking spaces for passengers and airport staff are created over six levels. The car park will be ready to start operating in July 2012.

Scheidt & Bachmann equipment is already part of the airport's appearance: easy parking in the existing car parks and parking areas has been realised by entervo since 2010. After a year of construction time, the first installation phase was successfully completed. The possibilities that entervo offers the parking operators and the local service offered by a Scheidt & Bachmann team resulted in awarding the work to Scheidt & Bachmann once again. Another decisive advantage: the previous server structure will be changed to a virtual system. This means that the existing and the new parking areas are integrated into a complete system. An overall view of all occurrences in parking at the airport is therefore conveniently possible. Scheidt & Bachmann and the McCarran International Airport are looking towards continuing the successful partnership.
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