While parking interoperability is today so much more related to how PARCS systems (Parking and Revenue Control Systems) such as LPR (License Plate Recognition ), RFI (Radio Frequency Identification) and POF (Pay On Foot) work together, at Park Green, we believe the industry as a whole must also focus on achieving a semblance of the more broad definition of interoperability –“ the ability of making systems and organizations work together.” The broad definition also takes into account social, political, and organizational factors that impact system to system performance which we feel is crucial if the goal is to sustain the facility and operation as well as improvement of the overall parking experience.
At Park Green we have always held the belief that as consultants we should be one step ahead of the vendors, the operator and the owner.
- – Parking control lane design and remodels
- – Project management and coordination services
- – NEW! Patent-pending space management & revenue enhancement solution
Parking asset owners not only need a means to charge market rates for their inventory but also to offer consumers a choice of a type of space for a price, just as consumers expect when buying anything else in life. Licensing the Park GreenR system will open that door to any parking asset owner around the globe.
The ideal customer currently owns an urban parking structure or lot and charges for parking. For that owner the value proposition is increasing their current revenue by 25-30% or more with a 2.5 year payback period for licensing fees. The Park GreenR system will equip the owner to leverage their best parking spaces to generate significant upside revenues.