Service Tracking Systems Installs a Fully Integrated Valet and Self-Park Solution at the China Basin Landing in San Francisco

The Service Tracking Systems Valet and Self-Park solution at the China Basin Landing in San Francisco accommodates monthly parkers, daily and hourly transient visitors, as well as valet parking.

Self-Park Application

china_basin_Long.jpgThe China Basin is a San Francisco historical landmark comprised of two structures, the six-story Wharfside Building and the three-story Berry Building. This location provides office and lab space in a vibrant location at the gateway of Mission Bay.

Monthly parking tenants use a proximity card to enter and exit the facility, while transient parkers are issued a ticket at the entry kiosk. Two self pay kiosks are conveniently located in the parking garage for easy payment. Visitors may also pay with credit cards upon exiting. A cashier booth is centrally located for additional payment options.

Valet Parking Application with Hi-Res Cameras

ChinaBasinLane_400pix.jpgHigh definition cameras, located at the valet entry lane, document the condition of the vehicle before it enters the facility, saving revenue that they might otherwise be paid out in fraudulent damage claims.

The valet and self-park system also includes the standard dispatch and a point-of-sale terminal within the valet parking booth.
Service Tracking Systems is proud to continue servicing locations across San Francisco, where the earliest installations of Computerized Valet Parking Systems began.
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