“Smart Parking is where technology, economics, & the customer experience converge to create more livable, sustainable cities.”
-International Parking Institute, 2014
Next-Generation Data Management System (DMS)
Built for the future of Big Data, the new DMS offers the same functionalities of the legacy system, but provides enhanced modules, data intelligence, and an intuitive user interface design. The DMS aggregates data collected from Smart Parking meters, vehicle sensors, and enforcement and pay-by-cell applications into a single back end system. Customizable dashboards and advanced analytics provide visual representations of data, allowing customers to identify trends and interpret data.
Revolution™ Upgrade Kits
The IPS Revolution™ Upgrade Kits are designed to retrofit existing parking terminals, thereby maximising current investment and infrastructure whilst upgrading to the latest parking technology. The kit replaces outdated components of the old parking terminal with new IPS technology and features.
Average Revenue Increase
Parking Revenue by Credit Card
MS1™ Multi-Space Parking Terminal
The MS1™ parking terminal is the latest generation of unattended payment systems from IPS Group. The MS1™ offers customer focused features such as IntelliTouch™ transaction processing and is paired with a robust hardware design, including a stainless steel cabinet and armoured glass as standard features.
Credit Card Transactions per Month
Cities in 5 Countries
Wireless Devices Deployed
The use of IPS meters has been transformational in Bethlehem. Enforcement staffing is at the lowest level it has been at in 10 years. Having multiple payment options enhances compliance, and affords us the opportunity to redirect our focus on service initiatives.Tom Hartley
We like IPS because our customers like IPS, and at the end of the day, that’s what we’re here for.Dennis Thompson
We went with IPS because of the possibilities—the possibility to pay with additional forms of payment, the possibility to configure the meters remotely, and the possibility to use the meters and back-end system in ways we haven’t even conceived of yet.