A Successful Collaboration Between INDECT and IPsens Brings Wireless Parking Guidance to the Open-Air Parking Garage at Texas A&M University

Texas A&M University's Cain Garage is the first site in the USA to offer fully-integrated wireless Nedap sensors in combination with the INDECT ultrasonic parking guidance system.

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INDECT and PGS Play Big Part in DFW Airport’s $2.7 Billion Upgrade

Executives with DFW International Airport Thursday hosted the official unveiling of a brighter, more techno-friendly Terminal A, marking the first completed portion of a $2.7 billion airport upgrade.

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Oklahoma University Students Impressed with the INDECT System, Installed by PGS

Kaylee Hoisington watched the gas meter on her car slowly drop while driving around campus for up to 35 minutes searching for a parking spot last semester.

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We’re Helping Make the Parking Experience A Little Easier During the Holidays!

The underground Theater District Parking Garage serves visitors with 3,369 spaces. "Signage and wayfinding improvements are routinely and continually being made," says the general manager of Republic Parking, the contractor that operates the city-owned garage complex.

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PGS Lends Hand in Making New Texas A&M Garage More Customer Centric with Installation of the INDECT Parking Guidance System.

In what they hope will be a big step toward alleviating parking problems on campus, Texas A&M officially opened the new Cain Parking Garage across from Kyle Field Monday.

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PGS Salutes Reginald Randolph of Houston First Corp. and Colorado State University for Receiving Two of the Most Prestigious Awards!

The National Parking Association (NPA) announced the winners of its 2016 Innovation Awards at the Annual Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, September 20. The NPA Awards Luncheon occurred during the organization's 65th Annual Convention & Expo in Atlanta.

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Parking Conference Features New Tech Gadgets to Combat Parking Problems

Some may say the most frustrating part of driving is finding a place to park. Parking professionals across the state would disagree.

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