International Transport Forum 2014, Leipzig, Germany, 21 - 23 May 2014

Xerox and Holland Container Innovations (HCI) are the joint winners of the 2014 Promising Innovation in Transport Award. 

"The Merge Parking System is the first system to fully integrate and provide analytics on all aspects of metered and off-street programmes," said David Cummins, Senior Vice President and managing Director of Xerox Services' Parking and Justice Solutions. "Winning this important award highlights how Xerox innovation integrates hardware and software to provide revenue management, maintenance, enforcement, and occupancy detection by applying real-time date to solve parking issues. merge and its algorithm-driven pricing model provide authorities with a flexible, policy adaptive solution." 

Onno Zoeter  will be at the Forum  to demonstrate the pricing engine. 

Xerox MergeĀ®: Sensor-based guided car parking with dynamic pricing 

More about the winners at www.internationaltransportforum.org/2014/awards

Published on : Tuesday 20 May 2014