We proudly announce the successful deployment of our innovative Parking Access and Revenue Control Systems (PARCS) at Yard 56, the latest urban mixed-use development in Baltimore (USA).
Yard 56, strategically situated across from Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, blends industrial flair with modern design, offering a unique shopping and dining experience. Our installation includes 2 entry and 2 exit lanes equipped with IP2 terminals and barrier gates featuring integrated License Plate Recognition (LPR) cameras. Additionally, a single pay-on-foot device enhances the user experience.
Designed with efficiency in mind, our devices boast user-friendly interfaces and interactive 15" touchscreens, ensuring a seamless parking process in this bustling location. The installation aligns with Yard 56's commitment to providing top-notch amenities for guests, staff, and residents of East Baltimore.
"We are delighted to contribute to the success of Yard 56, enriching the parking experience for all visitors," said Rob Streib, Senior Sales Executive at IP Parking NA. "Our intuitive products play a key role in enhancing efficiency and ensuring a positive interaction with our clients' parking needs."
Furthermore, IP Parking seamlessly integrated with Propark Mobility, a premier mobility and parking management company. This collaboration further solidifies our commitment to providing comprehensive and integrated parking solutions.
About IP Parking
Due to a strong pioneering spirit and the willingness to continuously take the lead in new developments and solutions, IP Parking has become one of the most successful Parking Access & Revenue Control System vendors in the market. The family business, founded in 2005 by father Eric and son Jimmy Smulders in Deurne, is now an international player with more than 100 employees with branches in Deurne, Zaandam, Antwerp, New York, Los Angeles, Washington DC, and a strong network of dealers located internationally.