PARKTRAC is manufacturerd by Vialis b.v. which is a leading supplier of
Automated Pay-on-Foot parking systems in The Netherlands. Vialis
develops and produces equipment and services for Traffic, Parking and
Intelligent Mobility Services. All systems are based on the same core
technology and can work in conjunction with each other. Parktrac can be
seamlessly combined with parking guidance and information systems, and
is the next generation in automated and profitable parking facility
Parktrac's Success Factors
Reliability: a parking system must provide stable
operation under all circumstances. It is vital that the parking system
continues to work perfectly, especially during peak periods.
components must be designed and selected with the objective to guarantee many
years of trouble-free operation. On-site maintenance must be provided
quickly and effectively.
Ease of use: parking systems
must be intuitive and straightforward both for the parking public and the
administrator. After all, parking is not a goal in itself but rather a
link in the mobility chain. Simple operation eliminates unnecessary
questions, reduces the need for enforcement and ensures smooth traffic flows.
Total cost of ownership: it must be
possible to expand a parking system and tailor it to the precise needs and
wishes of clients and specific situations. Sometimes extra provisions are
desired; in other cases they are unnecessary. A modular design caters to
this need and leads to a favourable investment level.
For small and large facilities: Vialis-TPA has
incorporated all these considerations into the design of the Parktrac product
line. This parking system combines advanced product features with proven technology.
This makes Parktrac a future-oriented parking solution for both small and
extremely large parking locations.
Open standards: Parktrac is
equipped with a management information system that offers virtually unlimited
possibilities. All data are available in the form of tables, reports or
graphs. This information is important for policy development, but also to
control or integrate external systems via the Parktrac backoffice interface.
makes use of the standard TCP/IP protocol down to the substation level. This
makes IP communication with digital intercoms (IoIP), webcams and electronic
payment systems a simple procedure. TCP/IP also makes it possible to use
standard cable connections, such as Cat5 cables, fibre glass or power line communication (TCP/IP
via the 110-230 V mains power wiring).