Parking Access Control
Access control technology is specially designed to be a security system. Even in unattended facilities, the system can control who gets in and out. Card and proximity readers used with Amano McGann software control dates, times, and more, allowing or denying access to your facility. Use any combination of parameters to restrict and regulate access.
Parking revenue Control
Revenue control works as a part of the parking system to keep up with the flow of money in parking management. The proper computer and software will calculate fees and keep track of parking revenue acquired by cashiers at the entrance/exit. Maximize profits and efficiency, even employ promotional discounts to increase parking flow.
Gates are the first parking control method used at the entrance of a parking facility. Gates can be automated, by entry/exit stations and access control technology or controlled manually by a parking booth attendant.
Parking booths are sturdy and can be used in any location, not just parking facilities. These compact booths can house computers and attendants for easy facility management and security.
Amano McGann specially designs their in-house software for parking management systems. Easily personalize the database with in depth features and control both facility access and revenue.
Exit stations are an important part of revenue control, as they charge and collect payments. Working with an entry station ticket, the exit station will scan the code and determine the fee. OPUS now offers a wider variety of scanners and payment options including parking apps (barcodes, QR codes).
Entry stations (or ticket spitters) dispense coded tickets. These ticket are usually stamped with a time code and used to determine exit station fees by the revenue control system. At unattended facilities, the entry station will be placed before the parking gate for automated entrance.