Cleverciti Systems debuts CIRC360 Parking Management at NPA Convention
Cleverciti Systems Corp., a leader in comprehensive, high-tech solutions for outdoor and on-street parking detection, monitoring and guidance, announced today it will debut its new CIRC360 solution during the 2018 National Parking Association (NPA) Convention and Expo, Oct. 22-25, in Las Vegas, at booth #213. CIRC360 revolutionizes the parking experience, offering efficient local guidance with real-time parking data, as well as the ability for customers to display additional marketing and event messages.
A lack of parking monitoring and guidance often leads to increased traffic, pollution and driver frustration for cities, retailers, airports and more, while also detracting potential revenue. Cleverciti’s CIRC360 solution not only facilitates seamless and hassle-free parking through real-time identification of free and unoccupied areas, but also delivers guidance, messaging, wayfinding and advertising, which can increase ROI. CIRC360 is the first parking guidance system that can also generate revenue for the parking operator.
Coupled with the Cleverciti parking sensors mounted on light poles within a parking area, CIRC360 provides up-to-date information displayed on an omnidirectional, 360-degree LED outdoor digital signage.
Cleverciti will showcase the CIRC360 during the 2018 NPA Convention along with its next generation of smart parking solutions that optimize monitoring, increase revenues and improve service, giving facilities a comprehensive and effective parking management tool.
“Cleverciti’s innovative technology allows various organizations to efficiently provide a streamlined parking experience for drivers, addressing numerous challenges commonly faced by parking managers,” said Steve Gorski, General Manager, North America, Cleverciti. “Now with the CIRC360, we have the ability to not only communicate real-time information, but it also add additional value for customers to transmit critical messages to drivers that can be used for emergency, traffic and safety information, as well as advertising and media messages. The possibilities are endless.”