Parkeon, a global leader in urban mobility solutions for the parking and transit industries, and EDC Corporation, a leader in the development, support, and implementation of parking management solutions throughout the US and Canada, have recently deployed two integrated enforcement systems for parking meters and mobile parking.
In July, the City of Las Vegas went live with EDC’s AIMS enforcement application. This system allows Parking Enforcement Officers to check the status of each space and issue a citation all on the same handheld interface. The payment information is provided by Parkeon’s Pay by Space system and interfaces with the AIMS system through a web service.
The City of Syracuse went live with the AIMS solution in September. Parking Checkers enforce the metered parking, which is a mix of Pay & Display and single space meters, as well as Syracuse’s new mobile parking system, Whoosh! The Whoosh! system is provided by Parkeon. All payments made through Whoosh! are linked to a license plate number. If the Parking Checkers do not see a meter payment, they use the AIMS system to check for Whoosh! payments. To make it a quick process, the Parking Checker scans the registration sticker on the car windshield and the AIMS system makes a query for the payment. If there is no payment in the database, a citation can be written using the same handheld interface.
“EDC was very fast with both of these integrations and we found their team very easy to work with,” said Sean Renn, Marketing Director at Parkeon, Inc. “Because of the AIMS system, we are now providing a much more efficient solution for two key Parkeon customers.”
Parkeon is a key player in the sector of urban mobility. By providing a single offer encompassing parking management solutions and ticketing solutions for public transport, Parkeon is now present in 55 countries and is accelerating its growth in emerging markets such as Eastern Europe, Asia and Latin America.
Parkeon’s capacity for continuous innovation is demonstrated every day. Systems and equipment provided by Parkeon facilitate management and mobility in more than 4,000 cities.
Parkeon employs over 1,000 employees worldwide and achieved revenues of 185 million euros in 2013.
For more information visit www.parkeon.com
About EDC Corporation
EDC Coporation develops, supports, and implements Parking Management Solutions for Parking and Transportation, Police, and Security Departments throughout the United States and Canada. Since 1989, our products have been utilized by universities, municipalities, hospitals, airports and private operators for improved enforcement and permit processing.
For more information on EDC Corporation, please visit www.aimsparking.com