Plate Based Parking Enforcement – Pt. 1 Guide to Pay By Plate Success

16 Feb 2015

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In recent years we have seen a huge spike in demand for pay by plate technologies. It is obvious to parking professionals that these technologies are the way to go because it is more efficient and at the same time grows revenue. For those reasons pay by plate technology has not just become the latest tech trend, but a technological imperative. There is no turning back now.

So in the near future you will see deployments that will fail and others will flourish; this will depend on great integration points and on how to deal with exceptions like real time communication. Consider this guide a handbook on the successful implementation of pay by plate.

“We have categorized 4 main elements that will challenge everyone in the parking market with plate based enforcement. In all cases, tickets can be given in error which we don’t have to explain can be detrimental for several factors.”

This guide has been written for Decision makers, IT Directors or Parking enforcement Managers and Managers of Parking Enforcement and Infrastructure. This is a non-technical handbook intended to give an overall understanding of potential pitfalls. After reading this guide you will understand the things to look out for before purchasing and implementing pay by plate technology.

We have categorized 4 main elements that will challenge everyone in the parking market with plate based enforcement. In all cases, tickets can be given in error which we don’t have to explain can be detrimental for several factors.

Latency vs No Communications – A High Level Overview
The first two items are related but are separate, Latency and No Communication. Before we get into each separate category please review the table below.

 

 

Latency

No Communication

Brief Explanation
Speed of communication of data slowed down. System or system down, stopping any chance of communication
Possible reasons
  • Computer systems overloaded
  • Cell network overloaded
  • LAN network overloaded
  • Wireless coverage poor
  • Pull instead of push interfaces
  • Modem in Kiosk down
  • Kiosk in dormant stage
  • Cell tower down
  • LAN down
  • Interfaces down
Overlap
The speed is affected so drastically that it is thought that something is down Can add to latency because something in the communication path is down
Stay with us for Part 2 of the Guide to Pay by Plate Success as we dive into a detailed review of “Latency” and “No Communication”, two of four must know elements that can determine the success or failure of your pay by plate project.

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