Federal APD to reveal new Enterprise Facility Management System at IPI Conference and Expo
NOVI, MICHIGAN (May 15, 2011) - Federal APD, the largest U.S. manufacturer of parking, access and revenue control systems, plans to reveal their new enterprise facility management system at the IPI Conference and Expo from May 21st – 25th in Pittsburgh, PA.
Element, the new enterprise facility management system, is being planned for release later this year and will provide Federal APD customers with capabilities unmatched in the parking industry. IPI Expo visitors will get a glimpse of Element’s capabilities including its modular architecture, interoperability, scalability and open, flexible structure.
“We are excited to introduce Element into the parking industry. Federal APD has a rich history in this industry and is the company that pioneered self-parking. With the release of Element, we are continuing our tradition of innovation and are again changing the face of parking. Element is truly a system for any size operation and will change the way parking operations are managed,” said Mark McNicholas, Vice President/General Manager of Federal APD.
Federal APD will be revealing Element to customers and attendees at the 2011 IPI Conference and Expo, May 21st – 25th in Pittsburgh, PA. Those interested in Element or other Federal APD products should visit booth 1036 or go to www.federalapd.com.
Federal APD, Inc., the foremost North American manufacturer of parking control products, is leading the industry with automated solutions for parking facilities of all sizes; from surface lots and parking garages, to city‐wide ground transportation networks. As a systems integrator, Federal APD focuses on supplying complete turnkey solutions that work together to deliver a true systems approach to parking. These reliable products have been field‐tested throughout the world. The company develops and manufactures a wide range of products, including: ticket dispensers, barrier gates, count control systems, vehicle recognition systems, card access readers, manual and automated fee computers to collect parking revenues, and central management system software to program, track and report on all the activities in a parking facility.