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EasyPark Italia and CAME Parkare Integrate Technological Systems

Faster and Safer Parking Operations Enable Drivers to Access, Pay For and Exit Parking Spaces Automatically

CAME Parkare's Lince parking management and control software will integrate with EasyPark's app.

Thanks to a collaborative agreement between CAME Parkare and EasyPark Italia, access to CAME Parkare enabled facilities will be fully automatic, without drivers needing to collect a ticket and pay at a pay-station. EasyPark Italia is the Italian branch of the Swedish leader in mobile parking, and CAME Parkare is a CAME Group company specializing in the design of advanced automatic and pay-to-park parking management systems.

The partnership includes the integration of reciprocal technologies: CAME Parkare's Lince parking management and control software, which offers a high level of integration even with the most sophisticated third-party technologies, and EasyPark's app which is revolutionizing parking payment.

A synergy between CAME Parkare's system and EasyPark's app enriches the experience of customers of both companies, making the parking operation, entrance, payment, and exit, smooth and automatic.

Improving people's quality of life and encouraging the use of barrier parking to limit city traffic and the consequent increase in pollution are objectives pursued by both EasyPark and CAME Parkare.

"The world of mobility - says Renato Berto, General Manager of CAME Parkare - "requires increasingly integrated and intelligent solutions with highly digital content. We really believe in this collaboration with EasyPark that, like us, makes technological innovation an important starting point to increasingly improve parking experience, responding precisely and punctually to new customer needs, such as managing parking both for extension of time or early closure of the payment.”

Comments Giuliano Caldo, General Manager of EasyPark Italia The technological integration with an important player such as CAME Parkare will allow us to offer our service in many new barrier parking facilities throughout Italy. A partnership that is an important part of our mission, namely to contribute to making cities more livable, encouraging an increase in parking space occupation and limiting the number of vehicles on the road".

About CAME Parkare

CAME ParkareCAME - Parkare is a Company of CAME Group. We are leaders in automation, control, management, and distribution of equipment for car parks (on-street) and parking meters (off-street). We also do the maintenance for all our machines and systems with our Customer Service.

In CAME - Parkare our main asset is the satisfaction of all our customers. As a service company (almost 50%), we constantly aim to deliver quality solutions to our customers.

Our value chain contains concepts like the Feasibility of the Study, the Development & Engineering, the Manufacturing, Installation, and an After Sales Service. Due to this, we can offer tailor-made solutions for our customers.

CAME - Parkare is a new concept, stronger than ever, and operating in 118 countries.

About EasyPark Group 

Our award-winning digital services have been helping drivers manage their parking since 2001. But what we do doesn’t stop there. Our technology helps businesses, operators, and cities with parking administration, planning, and management in over 1500 cities across 19 countries. What we do is make urban life easier – one parking spot at a time. Visit www.easyparkgroup.com to learn more!

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