Scheidt and Bachmann awarded Apcoa contract for Parking Management System at Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER)

Apcoa Autoparking GmbH (APCOA) and Scheidt & Bachmann GmbH are continuing their successful collaboration at the airport in Berlin over the next few years.

The very latest parking management technology from Scheidt & Bachmann will be installed at the capital city's new airport, BER. The tried and tested APCOA standard parking management configuration is being extended to incorporate the specific requirements of the Berlin Airport.

The call for tender for the Berlin airport required, in particular, that the parking management system be incorporated within the complex IT infrastructure of the new airport. In addition, it was required to provide energy-efficient equipment, allow the use of pay stations from wheelchairs and extend the early booking and holiday booking facilities in the car park pre-booking system.

The environmentally-friendly and easy access parking management system makes an important contribution to the environmental and social acceptability aspects of Berlin's new construction project. With its Green Efficiency energy-saving concept and the TÜV-certified disabled-friendly automatic pay stations, the Scheidt & Bachmann parking management system fulfils all the requirements of todays market.

On the opening of the capitals BER airport on June 3rd 2012 the parking system will manage the parking of cars in more than 15,000 parking spaces and provide automated parking revenue control.

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