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New Transit
Rail News
JR Central has put its latest-generation Shinkansen train, the N700A into service from Tokoyo to Osaka. The 300km/h 16- car tilting trains seating... continue
Parking Review
Technology
A version of SignPlot that can spell check traffic signs and determine how big they should was launched at Parkex and Traffex 2013. Simon Morgan,... continue
Parking Review
Technology
Audax be showed its body-worn video (BWV) technology at Parkex. The company claimed use of BWV can dramatically enhance the gathering of primary... continue
Parking Review
Payment systems
Parkmobile UK demonstrated a range of new digital solutions at Parkex including bay sensors, touchscreen terminals, ePay shop purchasing and virtual... continue
Parking Review
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Deniz Huseyin
Westminster is set to “re-align” the way it runs parking services, with two new style contracts to be split between technology and... continue
Parking Review
Business News
Cashless parking provider Bemrose Mobile used Parkex to launch a scheme which it says will make up to £10m available to local authorities for... continue
Parking Review
Technology
Parkeon demonstrated a barcode printer on its Strada parking payment terminal for the first time at Parkex 2013. This will enable businesses to give... continue
Parking Review
Payment systems
Metric Parking used Parkex to announce it has expanded its presence in the Midlands with orders from three authorities. East Staffordshire Borough... continue
Parking Review
Case Studies
The London Borough of Islington has introduced virtual permits as an alternative to printed displays for residents, visitors and businesses. As there... continue
Parking Review
People News
Mike Palmer has joined APCOA Parking (UK) as head of technical projects following a career in both project and customer relationship... continue
Categories: people, technology, APCOA
Parking Review
Payment systems
Castle Quay Shopping Centre in Banbury, Oxfordshire, has updated its parking technology. APT Skidata, which introduced the original systems more than... continue
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Viewpoint
In the last few years, QR codes have gone from being an innovative and functional method of tracking components in a factory, to being hailed as a... continue
Categories: Technology, Other, All of UK
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Technology News
Automated telephone-based information systems which incorporate speech recognition are likely to become more common as aids for disabled and elderly... continue
Categories: Technology, Other, All of UK
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Technology News
The EU-sponsored Mobinet project is aiming to offer travellers a new set of smartphone apps designed to make it easier for people to move around the... continue
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Technology News
Global technology analyst ABI Research is predicting that 2.1bn contactless ‘credentials’ – a combination of smartcards and radio... continue
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Technology News
What is claimed to be the world’s first fully mobile and wireless information display system is now being offered as a innovative new... continue
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Technology News
Finnish contactless supplier Confidex has won the £400,000 job to supply contactless paper tickets on the Glasgow Subway for the Strathclyde... continue
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Technology News
The UK’s major rail companies are set to be included in a new “GDS for rail” being developed by technology giant Amadeus this... continue
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Technology News
The Opal smartcard system for public transport currently being installed in Sydney by the Cubic-led Pearl consortium for regional agency Transport... continue
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Technology News
Wales Transport Minister Carl Sargeant has launched a public pilot of the government-backed national pay-as-you-go GoCymru travel smartcard. Starting... continue
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