In May, CAME Parkare presented at the 2019 Edition of the Mobility Report in Rome, Italy. It was organized as usual by AIPARK (the Italian parking and mobility operators association) and ASSTRA (international transport and logistics company) and this year collaborated with the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Rome.
There exists in the mobility system of Italy, as in most of Europe, an imbalance with a clear trend towards private mobility, which has a negative impact on pollution, environment, territory, economy, and society.
The sustainable development of mobility and local public transport involves the optimization of parking policies. The Environmental Agenda accomplishment is a major political challenge. Objectives indicated in the Treaty of Paris and shared by the United Nations to reduce pollution need to be achieved.
In that context, Renato Berto, CAME Parkare Managing Director, presented a case study from an Integration Web Platform developed for the city of Madrid. The platform allowed the city authorities to manage parking meters from three different manufacturers with centralized management. And also helped them in their effort to reduce pollution with dynamic tariffs depending on the CO2 emissions of vehicles, occupancy rates or distinguishing commercial vehicles from private ones.
About CAME Parkare
CAME - 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.
Renato Berto, CAME Parkare Managing Director