The Lane Cove Council Market Square parking lot in Australia was one of the first to adopt a ticketless parking system powered by HTS LPR. The system enables drivers to be identified and billed according to their license plates alone, thereby nullifying the use of paper parking tickets and creating a greener and friendlier environment. It is the next evolution of parking, from a generation relying on paper, to a paperless society.
US Mexican Border
The US Mexican Border in the State of Arizona is a busy border crossing point with intensive traffic of commercial vehicles crossing from Mexico to the US. The US applies strict control mechanisms that includes a complex process of identification. This process is run by officials that stop each vehicle and check its documents and permits. An immediate consequence is time lost on account of checking and searching vehicles. Obviously security considerations are paramount here.
Smart City Wide Parking Management for the Benefit of Urban Residents. Tel Aviv, as most major cities, suffers from a lack of parking spaces, both residential and commercial, for its residents as well as those who commute to work in the city each day. This situation has caused much annoyance to all and had become a major municipal issue.