UXBRIDGE, U.K., March 22, 2016 – At Intertraffic Amsterdam 2016 Xerox will demonstrate its latest innovations in urban mobility including its newest off-street parking solution.
“From on and off street parking management to fare collection, electronic tolling and photo enforcement, Xerox delivers solutions to make life easier for both operators and travellers alike,” said Jo Van Onsem, group president, International Public Sector, Xerox.
On stand 2.304 in Hall 2, Xerox will show its latest off-street parking solution, the Xerox Multipark Codex Parking system that features:
- 2D barcode technology that enables ultra-fast processing of tickets and improved traffic flow at car park entry and exit.
- Ticketless parking management capability – replacing paper tickets for entry, payment and exit, with NFC smartphone and license plate recognition (LPR). This enables faster throughput at entry and exit and does away with the need for customers to use and retain paper tickets, and parking operators to buy ticket consumables.
Xerox will also be participating in two roundtables in the Smart Cities Side Event, April 6, at the Emerald Lounge, RAI Auditorium Centre, from 11.15 – 13.15:
- Richard Harris, solutions director, International Public Sector, Xerox, will be taking part in the Mobility as a Service (MaaS) roundtable.
- David Jones, UK general manager, Xerox Urban Mobility Solutions, will be taking part in the Smart Urban Parking roundtable.
Intertraffic Amsterdam 2016 takes place from 5-8 April, 2016 at the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre.
For further information on Xerox at Intertraffic Amsterdam 2016 visit: https://www.xerox.co.uk/en-gb/services/transport-solutions/intertraffic-2016
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