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Technology: Issue 212 18 Aug 2009

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Pay-on-foot is growing in popularity as it becomes more flexible and affordable

Pay-on-foot (PoF) is a technology which enabled parking operators to dispense with manned exit kiosks by centralising control of barriers and pay terminals. Contemporary PoF technology allows a range of cashless payment options, including credit and debit cards, contactless payments and pre-payments recognised by automatic number plate recognition.

PoF systems were, for many years, mainly found at ‘high end’ locations such as airports, but as the technology becomes more affordable...

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