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Brighton Station Parking

by msecadm4921

Parking systems manufacturer APT SkiData has won a new installation project at Brighton railway station.

The company will be installing its APT 450 PC-based technology at the station?s main car park and at the staff car park. The 450 system comprises barriers, entry and exit parking columns, pay stations and a combined data central and manual cashier facility. Its software packages will enable the acceptance of credit cards at the pay on foot machine, manual cashier unit and at exit columns. Two validation units will also be installed so that train ticket holders can receive discounted parking.

What they say

Dermot Murphy, Managing Director APT SkiData, says: “APT SkiData?s software will allow car park operators to access full statistical analysis of the entire system?s activity. This is a useful and very powerful tool that enables users to carry out statistical analysis and compile any type of report in a number of different software packages (MS Excel, MS Access, Crystal Reported etc).” The company will also install a single parking column in the staff car park, to operate as a bi-directional unit. Staff will need identification cards to enter the car park but parking will be free and they will be able to exit by driving over a ‘free exit’ vehicle detection loop, which will automatically open the barrier.

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