WPS upgrades parking kit to touchless

Dynniq’s parking subsidiary WPS is introducing new solutions to reduce the risk of virus transmission in car parks by upgrading ticket machines and barrier entry terminals.

They’ll replace buttons with a touchless infrared ticket printer button where the customer just waves their hand in front of a sensor and the ticket is issued.

Pay stations can also be upgraded with a new surface-mounted, optical ticket scanner to read the ticket barcode, while payment can then be made using existing contactless payment card readers.

WPS’s UK MD Simon Jarvis says that the company’s adapting to meet the changing needs of society as we move out of lockdown.

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