Poole, UK, 2018-Jun-12
Visitors to this year’s Parkex (13-14 June, Ricoh Arena, Coventry) can visit the Siemens Intelligent Traffic Systems stand (E14) to speak to parking and enforcement experts to discuss the latest innovations and exchange ideas.
Now in its 26th year, the BPA’s (British Parking Association’s) Parkex is Europe’s largest dedicated parking event. It provides a platform for leading industry suppliers and parking brands to launch and exhibit the latest cutting-edge products, technologies and services.
This year visitors can meet Ade Ford, Head of Sales and Mike Okeife, Customer Account Manager. They will be discussing, demonstrating and presenting:
- The new Siemens LaneWatch Mk3HD enforcement camera. It has been designed as a single camera solution to detect nearly all traffic contraventions that are enforceable using CCTV. This includes bus lanes, banned turns, no-entry, parking (outside schools & on red routes) and yellow box junctions
- Case studies for enforcement of ‘school keep clear’ and Ultra Low Emission / Clean Air Zones.
Ade Ford, Head of Sales, commented: “Many UK towns and cities are aiming to reduce traffic pollution, with key cities having signed up to implement clear air zones by 2020, so there is a clear need to provide up to date information on how this can be done to create maximum benefit for minimal disruption. Additionally, parking restrictions, bus lane use and other moving traffic contraventions are increasingly being enforced by local traffic authorities. but it can be confusing to cut through the complexity.
“Having experts on hand at Parkex is an ideal opportunity to chat through the latest developments and learn more about how Siemens can help provide solutions to the many challenges facing today’s traffic experts and town/city planners.”
Siemens offers proven solutions for the automatic detection and enforcement of traffic contraventions from simple parking and bus lane enforcement to more complex moving traffic violations such as banned turns, no entries, going the wrong way in a one way street and illegal U turns.