Innovative sensors spell the end of parking abuse
CPT says its technology is used in more than 100,000 managed parking bays throughout the world.
New Zealand company Car Parking Technologies (CPT) will unveil an innovative monitoring and management system for disability parking at Intertraffic that the company says could spell the end of disability parking abuse worldwide.
Instead of carrying a disability-parking permit, disabled drivers would have an electronic tag in their car that can be read by sensors placed in the parking bays. The sensors wirelessly relay information that identifies and verifies a genuine disabled driver and also alerts enforcement staff when a car has been illegally parked.
The disability parking management system is a follow on from CPT’s parking sensor technology which is widely used in Australia, South Africa, The Middle East and the United Kingdom as well as New Zealand.