APT Skidata, the leading parking technology business, is to upgrade the parking equipment in Glasgow Airport’s short and long stay car parks.
Glasgow Airport is owned by BAA, while the car park management is handled by NCP. APT Skidata installed the first APT 450 parking system in 2000 in two main parking facilities – short stay parking (three car parks) and long stay parking (Flightpath).
The first short stay car park has technology that consists of a car park management control server, control room workstations, management and cashier workstations, two entry and exit lanes with ticket columns that incorporate Coder Unlimited high-performance ticketing and barriers, and two EasyCash auto pay stations with Chip and PIN terminals.
In the second short stay car park, upgrades will be made to the cashier workstation, three entry and exit lanes with ticket columns including Coder Unlimited and barriers, and eight EasyCash stations with Chip and PIN terminals.
Work to be carried out in the third of the short stay car parks includes upgrades to two entry and exit lanes with ticket columns with Coder Unlimited and barriers, and two EasyCash stations with Chip and PIN terminals.
APT Skidata engineers will also be working to upgrade hardware in the long stay car park that includes the car park management control server / cashier, two entry lanes and three exit lanes, all with ticket columns incorporating Coder Unlimited and barriers, and two EasyCash stations with Chip and PIN terminals.
Sean Dunstan, Managing Director of APT Skidata, is delighted that NCP has chosen to work with APT once again: “The award of this upgrade contract is testament to the original equipment’s performance, and the service support our engineers have provided over the past 12 years.
“APT Skidata has a long and successful relationship working with both NCP and BAA, and we are especially pleased to be continuing this with the NCP Management team at Glasgow Airport.”
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