New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - September 13, 2023) - iPark and CEO Billy Lerner has announced plans for the company to implement License Plate Recognition (LPR) technology in each of their parking facilities by fall 2023. This development marks a significant milestone in the parking industry, aiming to enhance the overall experience for customers.
iPark President and CEO, Billy Lerner
LPR technology has revolutionized parking management by applying advanced algorithms to capture and analyze license plate information. By integrating this technology into every iPark parking facility across the city, Billy Lerner is aiming to streamline operations, improve efficiency, and provide unparalleled convenience to iParks' customers.
The implementation of LPR technology will bring numerous benefits to iPark facilities and their valued customers. Enhanced security measures will be established through the continuous monitoring of incoming and outgoing vehicles, promptly identifying any unauthorized or suspicious activity. This proactive approach ensures a safe environment for iPark customers.
iPark is New York's largest family-owned parking company.
Furthermore, the adoption of LPR technology will greatly optimize parking facility operations. This new streamlined entry and exit procedures will significantly reduce wait times, enhancing the overall flow of traffic within the facilities. By automating these processes, iPark will optimize the allocation of available spaces and resource delegation, resulting in greater operational efficiency.
The implementation of LPR technology aligns with Billy Lerner's commitment to continuously enhance customer satisfaction. As a leader in the parking industry, iPark remains dedicated to providing state-of-the-art parking solutions that meet the ever evolving needs of businesses, municipalities, and individuals alike.
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SOURCE: iPark NYC.
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