Visitors to the Hectronic
stand here at Intertraffic Amsterdam will be encouraged to take a ticket from a Citea Touch parking ticket machine which is actually an entrance ticket for the HecCinema so they can watch the brand new Hectronic image movie.
The Citea Touch, in bright cinema/popcorn design isn’t the only attraction on the company’s stand. In addition to the Citea Touch, Hectronic is showing a range of innovative system solutions for modern parking space management, which includes the CiteaMax and Citea Standard parking machines as well as the CityLine parking management software and the company’s CityLine Mobile Apps.
“Citea, CityLine and CityNet are the perfect system solution for modern on-street parking space management,” says Tilo Krebs, Hectronic’s Sales Director, Parking.
Thanks to their modular design, the Citea and CiteaMax parking ticket machines can be easily configured to suit a wide variety of needs, including many country-specific requirements for payment, including NFC technology, and communication functions.
They are equipped with a large, solar autonomous 8-inch TFT touch display and combine an intuitive user guidance dialogue with display and push button operation. Additional functions, such as the option to enter a specific registration number or parking space or extend the parking time (add up time), come with clear and easy-to-follow directions.
Hectronic’s CityLine web-based parking space management system controls and monitors all Citea and CiteaMax parking ticket machines in operation with complete transparency, while the company’s CityLine apps and CityLine services can display the operating status of all linked machines at any time and all over the world. Parking spaces where the parking time has expired can be highlighted easily via push notification. The scope of application also includes apps for mobile payment without prior registration.