Saba UK Have Opted for evopark GO

evopark Go Will Complement the Recently Installed entervo.ticketless Solution

- United Kingdom
evopark GO will complement the recently installed entervo.ticketless solution

S&B UK was awarded a contract by Saba for a prestigious project in London. The car park at West India Quay provides 558 convenient parking spaces in the central Canary Warf District. Part of the deal is a 5 years contract for evopark GO to compliment the recently installed entervo.ticketles solution. It is evopark's first order for an evopark GO solution outside Germany and the first evopark GO order in the UK.

The subscription-based package will allow motorists to register three credentials via the internet to enjoy a frictionless ‘drive in/drive out’ experience at West India Quay. The license plate, credit/debit card number and email address are all that will be required from the motorist. After registering online, drivers will in future be able to enter and leave the car park with their registered number plate and pay cashless via evopark GO. On arrival the barrier will raise and the ANPR camera will acknowledge the time of the subscriber’s entry. On exit, the ANPR camera will ‘close’ the visit and the time spent is charged automatically to his/her registered debit or credit card.

Saba may also opt to send their arriving guests a ‘welcome to West India Quay’ e-mail advising them of local promotions and events etc. via the evopark GO solution.

Scheidt & Bachmann UK’s managing Director, Alan Grix, said “We are honoured and delighted to be the first territory outside of Germany to adopt and launch the evopark solutions we recently added to our portfolio and are passionate in growing this world class innovative parking solution even further complimenting the existing first class parking solutions that already exist within our portfolio that vastly features across the UK.

Christian Grzona, Director Marketing & Sales at evopark added “We would like to thank Scheidt & Bachmann UK for their great support in rolling out our solution and Saba for the trust they put in us. We are looking forward to this and further exciting projects in the UK.”

About evopark

evopark  evoparkevopark started in 2014 to significantly simplify parking for motorists. The young company has developed various digital parking solutions for B2B partners such as Daimler or Porsche. Today evopark focuses on digital end-to-end products for parking operators and mobility providers. In addition to solutions for the seamless entry and exit and cashless payment in car parks, evopark provides software as a service products for the efficient management of short- and long-term parkers. Mobility providers use evopark MOBILITY CONNECT to offer their customers digital, innovative parking services. Since 2018 evopark belongs to the Scheidt & Bachmann Group, an internationally operating system house and leading supplier of parking solutions, systems for fare collection, systems for fuel stations and systems for signaling technology. Jointly, the companies offer digital solutions that cover the entire customer journey of parking.

About Scheidt & BachmannScheidt & Bachmann logo

The family business was founded in 1872 and is currently under the management of Dr.-Ing. Norbert Miller, in the fifth generation of the shareholder family. About 3,000 employees from almost 50 nations work worldwide on solutions for a mobile world. Software development and service management have become the core business of S&B systems. With the brand name entervo, the company offers integrated, modular system solutions for parking management of all sizes. The company focuses on forward-looking, holistic and intelligent services for all aspects of future mobility. With the investment in the Cologne-based company evopark, Scheidt & Bachmann considers itself to be well prepared for these challenges. evopark is renowned as the digital pioneer in the German parking industry and ideally complements the S&B portfolio with its innovative technology services.



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