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LEGIC’s access control technology implemented in contactless parking meters

Published on 11 October, 2010

LEGIC’s access control technology implemented in parking meter solution in China
The new cutting-edge parking meter solution is based on the flexible LEGIC advant identification technology
China based Taiyuan Xinbao Parking Meter System Co., Ltd is a new partner of LEGIC Identsystems Ltd, the leading manufacturer of smart card technology for personal identification. The partnership will result in new cutting-edge parking meter solution based on the flexible LEGIC advant identification technology. This will support Taiyuan Xinbao to expand its product portfolio and offer its innovative parking solutions to customers in Chinese cities and across Asia.

The convenient and time saving parking solution of Taiyuan Xinbao has already been installed in the city of Taiyuan and has grown to more than 1000 parking meters and 130,000 IC cards. As authorised by the Taiyuan government, the company is in charge of the operation of the whole parking meter system of the city.

"The possibility to directly work with LEGIC offers new advanced parking solutions and will strengthen our position as the leading provider of contactless parking meter systems," says Zheng Xiaoyun, Secretary of the General Party Branch of Taiyuan Xinbao Parking Meter System. "The powerful technology combined with the flexibility of LEGIC multi-application technology was the core reason to consolidate the collaboration with LEGIC."

Dr Otto Eggimann, Vice President Sales and Business Development of LEGIC: "Our technology continues to spread out across Asia. More and more, the range of possibilities of our LEGIC advant technology is discovered also by our Chinese partners. New users of parking meter systems will benefit from a globally proven technology. Operators are further prepared to expand their schemes towards multifunctional city cards allowing them to introduce attractive new business models and services."

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