The City of Pau Has Chosen Scheidt & Bachmann's Entervo Ticketless Solutions

Scheidt & Bachmann City of Pau

entervo ticketless solutions arrive in France: Over the next upcoming days, P+R car parks users in the city of Pau will be able to access their new car parks without receiving a ticket, all simply by license plate recognition.

Fast, reliable and innovative, entervo ticketless solutions meet the expectations of operators and users.

The city of Pau thus renews its confidence in Scheidt & Bachmann - there are now 9 car parks equipped with entervo solutions, which will be able to benefit from all the latest technologies - contactless payments, mobile phone payments, entervo Analytics, license plate recognition and a high-performance and professional service through Scheidt & Bachmann France Pau-based maintenance & service centre.

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The family-owned company with its headquarters in Moenchengladbach, Germany was founded in 1872 and is now managed in its fifth generation. In the four divisions Fare Collection systems, Signalling Systems, Petrol Station Systems, and Parking and Leisure Centre Systems, Scheidt & Bachmann is setting worldwide standards. The Parking Systems division dominates the international car park market by nearly 22,000 installations; it is the system provider for more than 75 airports worldwide. Scheidt & Bachmann provides with its brand “entervo” integrated, modular general solutions consisting of up-to-date JAVA software and innovative equipment.

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