|By Marketwired .||
|June 2, 2014 11:22 AM EDT||
PLATTSBURGH, NEW YORK -- (Marketwired) -- 06/02/14 -- gtechna, a parking software integrator and forerunner in advanced parking systems leveraging Android-based offerings on consumer and prosumer devices, announced today new customers, Twin Falls, ID, Deerfield Beach, FL and Corvallis, OR. Seattle PD, WA has also recently awarded a contract to gtechna. "Seattle is considered one of the leading parking cities in the world so we are very humbled by Seattle having chosen us," mentioned Mike Bourre, VP of Sales and Marketing, adding that "gtechna is expanding worldwide because of the high demand for innovative parking solutions."
Additionally, gtechna, has implemented its unique fully integrated pay by plate parking solution in the City of Darwin, Australia, employing pay by plate enforcement using License Plate Recognition cameras.
gtechna is recognized as a North American innovator in parking software solutions for the entire lifecycle of the parking enforcement process. For over 20 years, gtechna has built an impeccable track record with customers like Pittsburgh, PA, Washington D.C., Baltimore, MD, and the Montreal Police Department. gtechna has recently become a certified Independent Software Vendor (ISV) partner in the Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program (SEAP) which allow's gtechna's research and development teams to build real-world applications for government and public safety agencies using the latest mobile devices and technologies on the market.
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View this pay by plate infographic to learn more about how Pittsburgh, PA transitioned its entire parking system over to pay by plate.
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