Peter Park, the solution provider for digital parking management, has released its new smart kiosk. The new kiosk smoothly integrates into Peter Park’s automatic license plate recognition and parking management system. Customers enjoy the digital interface created in-house at Peter Park: License plates can be entered in a user-friendly format to pay for parking.
Florian Schaule, CTO at Peter Park, emphasizes: “At Peter Park, our product development philosophy is software first and therefore user experience is put at highest priority. That is why it was clear to us that we would develop the user interface ourselves, not to compromise on our high standards. Adhering strictly to the accessibility design guidelines we set new standards of usability in the industry. Parking kiosks should keep up with the user-friendliness of a smartphone, it should not feel like using a fax machine.”
A 15-inch color multi-touch screen with high-resolution offers the optimal interface for fast and convenient payment with cash and card (conventional and contactless). Parking operators benefit from the flexibility of the solution. Any desired updates on the interface or processes can be shipped over the air. Additionally, a 24/7 remote support ensures fast responsiveness.
Do we still need parking kiosks? Yes, but smart ones. While Peter Park’s parking management system integrates leading parking apps, the market still demands stationary payment solutions. Yet, today’s parking kiosks are made to serve just one sole use case, which is paying for parking. In contrast to that, the smart kiosk by Peter Park is ready to be used for multiple purposes, such as infotainment or digital guidance.
About Peter Park
We are digitizing off-street parking by providing parking lot operators with cloud-based parking management software, automatic license-plate recognition (ALPR), and mobile payment options. We empower our customers to centrally manage their car parks via an individual dashboard. This allows us to seamlessly integrate new digital technologies into the parking ecosystem, e.g. parking apps, smart kiosks, and other mobility services. 50+ parking lots in over 30 cities in Germany already run with Peter Park.