Park-IT signs parking technology contract with Edinburgh Airport

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Parking optimization software supplier Park-IT has signed a major contract with Edinburgh Airport, Scotland, to implement a bespoke end-to-end technology solution to manage its parking operations.

The fifth-busiest airport in the UK, Edinburgh Airport engaged suppliers to provide an end-to-end technology solution for its new drop-and-go facility. The building leverages the latest parking management systems, combining vehicle damage capture with self-service technology to provide an automated turnkey solution.

Park-IT has been selected to provide the valet parking management solution, which includes the vehicle damage capture system, self-service kiosks and lockers, as well as the core operating platform.

Alec Hodson, head of digital and parking at Edinburgh Airport, said, “This innovative facility will revolutionize parking at Scotland’s busiest airport. By using the latest technology and adapting to the digital age we are in, we are able to offer a self-service product that is more convenient for our passengers. It’s the first approach of its kind in Scotland and we are proud to be leading the industry and embracing technology by working with firms like Park-IT.”

Oliver Ashford, managing director at Park-IT, added, “The Edinburgh contract will provide us with the exciting opportunity to implement the full suite of Park-IT’s products to deliver a showcase site, delivering an exceptional customer experience underpinned with the latest technology. We’re delighted to announce such a significant partnership and look forward to working together to develop innovative solutions for many years to come.”

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