Elite option: Metric Group's Bill Laurie
Metric Group is renowned for developing machines to meet or exceed market requirements and on show at Intertraffic 2012 things are no different. The company has launched the ‘Elite’ version of the Aura model, the flagship in its range of pay and display terminals.
Increased functionality will be on show, including full registration entry along with all payment options, driven by the requirements of ANPR operators, which has proven to be a growing market over the last two years.
A significant change, which is again moving with market trends and our technological times is the Elite’s full QWERTY alpha numeric keypad. This industrial keypad is used for entering data into the machine for payments against a vehicle registration or reference number. In addition to the keypad, Metric says that a full dynamic display should prove to be a real winner with parking operators worldwide.
Inter-Traffic 2012 is the ideal showcase for new products which will not only include the many advances in the Elite pay and display machine but also enhancements to the powerful web ASLAN back office software.
According to Metric’s Bill Laurie: “On a global scale, Metric is one of the world’s leading suppliers of pay and display machines and we’re proud to have gained a reputation for quality machines with a back-up support service which is second-to-none.”