Opening to the public on September 18 of this year, the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is the recipient of a corporate gift of $160,000 worth of equipment and installation services toward the completion of a brand new parking facility that will serve visitors year-round.
The two corporate donors, Associated Time Instruments and TIBA Parking Systems, are leaders in the parking equipment services industry. Associated Time Instruments worked closely with its partner TIBA, an equipment manufacturing company based in Tel Aviv, to supply and install the equipment necessary to provide a world-class installation —all at no charge to the Museum.
“This incredible gift from TIBA and Associated Time reflects the deep commitment of both of these extraordinary companies to our mission of teaching the history of the Holocaust and advancing human rights to combat prejudice, justice, and indifference,” said Mary Pat Higgins, Museum President and CEO. “With dedicated parking for our visitors and first-rate technology from TIBA and Associated Time, a visit to the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will be more accessible and user-friendly.”
“Associated Time Instruments was thrilled at the opportunity to work with our partner TIBA Parking Systems to be able to provide the parking system to the new Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum,” stated Christopher Archer, President/CEO. “The goal and mission of the Museum is one that is so very important to both of our organizations. Being able to play a small role by making the Museum visitors parking experience a smooth process, was an easy and fulfilling objective with this donation,” stated Archer.
“TIBA was honored to be a part of this project and work with our strategic partner, Associated Time Instruments on this corporate gift,” stated Jon Bowsher, President of TIBA North/South America. “Our goal to be a World Class organization, extends to all facets of business and the communities we serve,” added Bowsher.
“In planning for the grand opening of our new Museum, we wanted to make sure that technology and proximity in our parking system provided unparalleled ease of access to visitors, and thanks to generous partners like TIBA and Associated Time, visitors will get the complete Museum experience from day one,” said Frank Risch, Museum Board Chair. “This amazing gift to the Museum will ultimately serve for the primary benefit of the community.”
For more information, please visit DallasHolocaustMuseum.org
About TIBA Parking Systems
For 30 years, TIBA has provided innovative solutions for the parking market, resulting in reliable, user-friendly products that lower the price of initial acquisition and the cost of ongoing maintenance. TIBA has done this through a focus on software development, while continuing to enhance and support its reliable hardware platform. This allows owners to keep the capital investment down while still enjoying the latest software functionality. With extensive global experience, TIBA’s robust, scalable architecture enables parking operators to keep pace with the latest trends in centralized operations, automated smart facilities, web reservations and mobile payments. TIBA’s flexible software grants parking operators to be Iot-connected, leveraging big data to increase revenue. TIBA’s agile integrations with third party systems, empowers parking operators to be an integral part of the Smart Cities ecosystem. TIBA serves parking operators and owners globally, across diverse industries such as hotels & hospitality, airports, universities, shopping centers, hospitals & medical centers, and local, state & federal governments.
About Associated Time Instruments
Associated Time Instruments is a leading supplier of Workforce Management Systems, Parking and Revenue Control Equipment, and Access Control Systems. Our company is a leader in all of our markets, we distinguish ourselves by providing superior products, expert consulting and engineering, quality installations, comprehensive support, and professional services. Associated Time Instruments provides both standard software products and custom software solutions, we have consistently provided modern and effective solutions to our customers during the past 60 years.
About the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance
The Dallas Holocaust Museum’s mission is to teach the history of the Holocaust and advance human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference. The Museum’s educational and cultural programs have a profound effect on people of all ages. Our exhibitions and programs convey the lessons of the Holocaust including the horrors brought on by unchecked discrimination and deep-rooted hatred, which led to the attempted annihilation of the Jews and the systematic persecution of others. The Museum is located at 211 N. Record Street, Dallas, Texas 75202. Hours are Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
In October 2017, the Museum broke ground on a state-of-the-art, 55,000 square foot permanent home in the historic West End—the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, opening in September 2019. Visitors will experience a deeper immersion into human and civil rights, their centrality to our democracy, and their vital importance in preventing events like those of the Holocaust from happening again. For more information, please visit DallasHolocaustMuseum.org or call (214) 741-7500.