Berlin Schönefeld Airport will become the first in Europe to install Park Assist’s patented M4 camera-based parking guidance system (PGS). Partnering with leading European parking facilities operator and service provider, APCOA, Park Assist will be introducing its advanced smart sensor PGS to help the airport provide a stress-free parking experience for travellers.
“We are very proud to be partnering with APCOA and Berlin Schönefeld Airport to deliver exceptional parking, and delighted to be a part of this forward-thinking project to elevate the travellers’ experience,” says Gary Neff, CEO Park Assist.
Travellers will be treated to an effortless parking experience with the M4’s unique smart sensor and real time digital signage guidance to open spaces, Find Your Car feature, and opportunities to select premium-parking benefits.
To ease the transition from the parking space to the terminal, Park Assist will offer the SelectRate tool, which will enable the airport to ease this need without having to invest in expensive gate systems or costly loss of spaces. It is a win-win solution that meets customer needs, while increasing efficiency and revenue for airports.
With a standard Park Assist installation, smart-sensor cameras will be put in place to identify vehicles and monitor occupancy in every parking space. Through adding the Park Vision™ tool, the airport parking operators will be able to capture streaming video whenever motion is detected in or around a space. This provides an expanded level of safety and security that would otherwise be cost-prohibitive as compared to a stand-alone technology solution.
Upon exit, Park Assist’s Park Finder™ feature will enable returning parkers to find the exact location of their vehicles by simply typing in the license plate number at a touchscreen kiosk or on a smartphone app – and/or by inserting a parking ticket at a pay station.