automated parking guidance system mentioned by wall street journal

The Wall Street Journal’s Analysis of Airport Parking Solutions Highlights APGS

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Cheshire, CT – June 26, 2024 – In the recent feature article titled “These Four Words Can Ruin Your Vacation: ‘This Lot Is Full,’” the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) examined the critical issue of airport parking shortages and the innovative solutions being implemented. Our Automated Parking Guidance System (APGS) at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) was referenced for its role in transforming the airport’s parking efficiency. The article discussed the challenges travelers face with parking at busy airports and the solutions that advanced technologies like our APGS offer.

“Our automated parking guidance system (APGS) is designed to streamline parking operations, enhance security, and improve the overall traveler experience. The Wall Street Journal’s discussion of SEA’s parking system underscores the effectiveness of our technology,” said Pete Messman, General Manager of North America .

Automated parking guidance system (APGS) benefits include:

  • Reducing traveler’s time to park by up to 63%,
  • Maximizing parking garage efficiency and revenue per square foot,
  • And allowing operators to discover historical and current trends for informed decision making.

“Being mentioned by a prestigious publication like The Wall Street Journal underscores the impact of our innovative parking solutions,” said Messman. “With the increasing demand for smarter parking worldwide, we remain committed to pioneering solutions that can both meet the growing demand for efficient and reliable parking and provide the best possible parking experience.”

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