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PCI chosen to underpin car park entrance terminal from SureSpot

The Park in Peace terminal is reaping the benefits Zytronic’s anti-vandal glass touchscreen for low maintenance costs and robust build quality. Developer and manufacturer of advanced touchscreen solutions, Zytronic, is supplying SureSpot with vandal resistant, thermally managed Projected C apacitive Technology {PCT) touchscreens to enable innovative parking terminals that improve the customer experience in unmanned car parks.

Houston technology company wants to make venue parking a lot easier

Joe Martin - Reporter

Houston-based SureSpot Inc. wants to make parking at venues and events a lot easier for customers and parking lot managers. The service uses a smartphone app that allows customers to prepay and reserve spots before they arrive. Once they get to the venue, they scan their printed or smartphone ticket and are given guided directions to their parking spot, CEO Omri Shafran told the Houston Business Journal.

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Carpark terminals to use robust PCT technology

Posted By : Jordan Mulcare

Zytronic, is supplying SureSpot with vandal resistant, thermally managed Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT) touch screens to enable innovative parking terminals that improve the customer experience in unmanned car parks. The SureSpot Park in Peace terminal uses Zytronic’s ZYBRID PCT touch sensors to create an effective touchscreen solution which makes finding and paying for parking easier and more intuitive.