SAN JOSE, Calif. - Mineta San José International Airport (SJC) is taking a technology-based approach to improving its parking experience starting this fall, Joe Petrie reports for Airport Business. Continue reading original article.
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8 August 2022 - The airport is implementing a new frictionless parking suite. It will use an advanced parking access and revenue control system (PARCS), license plate recognition (LPR) technology and other parking management tools to improve the user experience.
“Before the pandemic started, SJC was No. 1 in growth and hit record traffic,” said Keonnis Taylor Public Information Manager for SJC. “Parking was a challenge. We were running out of short-term parking and the parking control system was outdated.”
SJC will use SKIDATA’s Power.Gate system equipped with License Plate Recognition technology, barcode readers, HID, AVI, intercom and lighted Barrier Arms in 45 lanes. The technology will provide touch-free access to all parking levels for frequent and occasional travelers.
The system includes 15 SKiosk Smart Parking credit card machines and SKIDATA Sweb Services, including control, validate, reports and a wayfinding package.
Jamie Whitney, Associate Editor