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1 Parking Access & Revenue Control Systems 8841 Wilbur AveNorthridge CATel:Fax
2 Our MissionDeveloping, producing, and distributing new and innovative products and systems to the Parking market, at reasonable and highly competitive rates.Providing uncompromising support and assistance to our clients via a highly competent and attentive distribution network.
3 About SysParcFounded 14 years ago as Park-O-Mate in Santa Monica, California.Rapid acceptance of its original products, forced an almost immediate move to larger manufacturing facilities in Northridge, CA.Product development continued, resulting in yet another relocation to a bigger facility within the same industrial complex in Northridge.As a result of this rapid growth a new more vibrant corporation was formed with the new name SysParc.
6 “Print-On-the-Fly” Barcode Ticket Dispenser FEATURES:Easy side access ticket roll loading.Non-contact thermal print technology24VDC low voltage operationPrint On The Fly Barcode AutoReadRugged rust-resistant zinc plated steel construction.Built-In thermostatically controlledheaters.Large back-lit LCD displays Date &Time, and optional programmablemessage.On-Line or Off-Line Operation capableTickets 4 or 7 mil thick, 5” by 2.375”Optional built-in intercomOptional Internal Batteries allow foroperation during power interruptionsModel TD-6030
7 Barrier Gate FEATURES: 24VDC Brushless Direct Drive Motor Extremely Fast Operation TimesNO belts, pulleys, or limit switchesVirtually “Maintenance Free” single gear motor.Tempered Steel never-ending screw motor w/ overload protectionSpecial fault-tolerant Power SupplyAluminum Gate Arms w/rubber bumper for 10’ or 12’ gate armsFolding Gate Arm availableRust Proof high density aluminum housing w/ polyester powder coated enamel paint finishFlashing warning lights during gate arm operationLocked flip-back upper hood fitted with emergency stop microswitches.Zinc plated steel support leversAdjustable balance spring in housingPermanently sealed lubricationAdjustable Digital Inductive Loop DetectorsModel EL-2020
8 Barcode Machine Readable Fee Computer FEATURES:MS-Windows® Operating System“On-Line” or “Off-Line” operationMulti-Level Password protectionCredit Card capabilityPrompts in plain text languageIntegrates with Card AccessControl Readers & CPU softwareCompletely field programmableMS-Access® Database engineOpen Database Connectivity(ODBC) fully compliantEthernet networking readyEasy & reliable touch screenComprehensive reports & auditingOptional Remote Patron DisplayModel FC-4020
9 Barcode Machine Readable Fee Computer - continued FEATURES:Up to 8 fully functional rate structuresUp to 75 merchant validation accountsStandard reports included:Cashier reportShift reportTicket reportLane usage reportStay duration reportTax collection reportValidation reportIncludes high speed dot matrix P.O.S style printerIncludes all steel cash drawerModel FC-4020
10 Barcode Machine Readable Electronic Exit Verifier FEATURES:Safe, 24VDC low voltage operationInternal Batteries allow for operation during power interruptionsRugged rust-resistant zinc plated steel construction.Built-In thermostatically controlled heaters.Large back-lit LCD displays Date & Time, and optional programmable message.On-Line or Off-Line Operation capableAccepts 4 or 7 mil thick tickets, 5” by 2.375”Optional built-in intercomModel XV-2020
11 Barcode Machine Readable Express Exit Pay Station FEATURES:· Completely unattended operation· Multiple Operational Use –o As a Standard Exit Verifiero With Credit Cardo Optional Note Acceptor· Safe, 24VDC low voltage operation· Optional internal batteries allow for operation during power interruptions.· Rust-resistant zinc plated steel construction.· Built-In thermostatically controlled heater.· Large back-lit LDC displays Date & Time, Fee Due, & optional programmable message(s).· Optional (recommended) Intercom· On-Line or Off-Line Operation· Accepts 4 or 7 mil thick tickets, from TD-6030 Ticket Machines.Model XP-2020
12 Barcode Off-Line Entry/Exit Pass Verifier (In & Out Privilege) FEATURES:Replaces obsolete token acceptor unit. Stand-alone, off line verification of the bar code pass cards for entry and exit to the facility.Back lighted LCD for monitoring and programming time, date and expiration period.Low voltage operation.Equipped with dry contact vend relay for opening of the gate/ door.Easy to program.Easy front access ticket validating.LED lighted front and feed slot.Insertion type operation.Model EXP-1010
13 Barcode Off-Line Merchant Validator FEATURES:Easy front access ticket validating.Safe, user-friendly operationPrint On the Fly Barcode AutoReadRugged rust-resistant heavy duty industrial plastic construction.Large back-lit LCD displays Date &Time, and optional programmablemessageOptional built-in LCD counters• 1 Non-Resettable• 1 key ResettableOff-Line Operation capableTransportableModel MV-2010
14 Barcode Valet Ticket Dispenser FEATURES:Easy side access ticket roll loading.Safe, low voltage operationPrint On the Fly Barcode AutoReadInternal batteries allow for long termoperation without AC power.Rugged rust-resistant zinc platedsteel construction.Built-In thermostatically controlledheatersLarge back-lit LCD displays Date &Time, and optional programmablemessageOn-Line or Off-Line Operation capableTransportableOptional built-in intercomModel VP-2010
15 Hotel & Multi-Day Barcode Pass Printer FEATURES:Issues Bar-coded Single Exit or Multi-Day PassesEasy side access ticket roll loading.Safe, low voltage operationPrint On the Fly Barcode AutoReadInternal batteries allow for long termoperation without AC power.Rugged rust-resistant zinc platedsteel construction.Built-In thermostatically controlledheaterLarge back-lit LCD displays Date &Time, and optional programmablemessageOn-Line or Off-Line Operation capableTransportableOptional built-in intercomModel HP-2010
16 Barcode Machine Readable Pay Station FEATURES:• Completely unattended operation• Multiple Operational Use –o With Credit Cardo Optional Note Acceptorw/ self-replenishing dispensero Optional Coin Acceptor• Ideal for “Pre-Pay” or “Pay In Lane” applications• Rust-resistant zinc plated steel heavy-duty construction.• Built-In thermostatically controlled heater.• Large full color CRT screen displays instructions, Date & Time, Fee Due, and optional programmable message(s).• On-Line Operation or• Stand-Alone Off-Line Operation• Accepts 4 or 7 mil thick tickets, from TD-6030 orTD-6040 Ticket Machines.Optional (recommended) IntercomModel PS-2020
17 License Plate Recognition Model LPR-4020In the picture to the left, the black boxes with diagonal cuts contain the closed circuit color video cameras, which are pointed and focused at the read of the exiting vehicles. In this particular installation, appropriate illumination for operation at night issupplied by fluorescent lights overhead, mounted beneath the Exit Toll Plaza awning structure.
18 Card Access Control FEATURES: Non-contact technology Reads access control cards or tags that utilize passive antennae technologyThey have no batteries and require absolutely no powerThe passive proximity card is about the same size as an average credit cardModel PX-1010Model AC-1010 Access Control Reader Interface Panel in NEMA Enclosure
20 Central Management Software FEATURES:MS-Windows® Operating SystemMS-Visual® Basic Graphic User Interface (GUI)MS-Access® or MS-SQL® Database (depending upon anticipated activity level of system traffic – number of lanes).Comprehensive “Real-Time” Monitoring and ControlTurnkey Complete SystemTrue System IntegrationModular Composition – Select Software Modules You Will Use!Revenue Control:- Monitoring - Reporting - Statistical Analysis - Accounting
21 Central Management Software - continued Access Controls:- “Real-Time” Monitoring - Reporting - Statistical & Trend Analysis - Accounting & InvoicingParking & Count Control:- Monitor Traffic Flow - Differentiate Counts between Monthly Cardholders and Transient Patrons - Comprehensive Reporting- Statistical & Trend AnalysisComprehensive ReportingOpen System ArchitectureSoftware Compatibility with All Traditional Microsoft® products like Excel, Access, and SQL.User Configurable Report Creation
22 Total Integrated System Solution The SysParc Central Management Computer (CMC) system software provides a complete solution for virtually every parking installation of any size, from the most modest surface facility to major multi-level parking structures with wide-area networking application requirements.SysParc can provide a total “turnkey” system for any parking application, from product and system specifications and typical lane layout diagrams that are easily downloaded from the SysParc web site, system proposal and bidding services, system installation, complete on-site project management and supervision, system training and instruction, post-installation service and maintenance, and future system expansion and upgrades.
23 Parking and Count Control The latest version of the SysParc CMC System comprehensively supports the complete integration of Parking Count & Control of both Access Control System users, and transient patron system users.Instead of segregating access and revenue control, the SysParc CMC System combines the count system’s from both Monthly Cardholders and Transient Visitors into a single completely integrated system, while still maintaining independent counts from each group, at each lane!This is accomplished by monitoring and recording every activity generated by every card reader, ticket dispenser, fee computer, automatic exit control device (Exit Verifiers or “Express Exit” Pay Stations), and particularly every lift-arm barrier gate within the PARC System.
24 Revenue ControlSysParc CMC provides simple to use tools and functionality to help the system manager track and monitor revenues from a central location.The graphic user interface (GUI) user-friendly system screens display transactions emanating from every revenue control device within the system (fee computer, Remote Parking Pay (on-Foot) Station, and/or “Express Exit” Pay Station).Rate structures, fee tables, merchant validations, miscellaneous key fees, etc. may be designed and tested at the SysParc CMC System computer, and then batch loaded to specific revenue devices in the system network.
25 Revenue Control - continued Revenues received may then be integrated into the system’s accounting general ledger.Through the CMC’s system control filters, devices are controlled and monitored to the user defined system parameters.All of the features and functions of the SysParc fee computers, Remote Parking Pay (on-Foot) Stations, and/or “Express Exit” Pay Stations may be customized to the user’s requirements designed to meet the parking site’s specific requirements.
26 System Management & Account Reporting The SysParc Central Management Computer (CMC) is designed to provide the system operator’s management staff with a wide array of comprehensive management and accounting reports designed to automate and simplify the assessment of the parking facility’s effectiveness and efficiency.The following is a brief synopsis of several of the reports available through the proposed SysParc Central Management Computer (CMC) for the Disney Concert Hall Parking Garage:Daily Event Log – This report provides a listing of changes to system and users who made those changes. It includes print communication messages, facility lane equipment alarms, remote gate opening, and system log on/offs.Cashier Shift Report(s) – A report that provides a summary report of one cashier’s daily, weekly, or monthly activity, by shift. The system operator will determine the time-frame parameters at the time of requesting the report generation. This report provides:A revenue total with cash sub-totals and credit card subtotals by card type.A summary of non-revenue by transaction type.A summary of revenue of transaction by type and rate.A summary of number of transaction by type.
27 System Management & Account Reporting E. Exit lane count totals (equipment “vend” for ACS access, fee computer, gate, activation loop, and closing loop counts).F. Processing errors. This report is used to balance or audit a Cashier Shift.3. Transaction Detail Report – This is a report that provides a chronological listing of each an every transaction processed by cashier, shift and lane. This report is used to audit cashier information at transaction record level. The Transaction Detail Report lists every transaction number, Exit Processing Date/Time, patron’s entry ticket number, Entry Date/Time, Fee Structure number used to calculate the fee, the total amount of the fee processed, amount of any discount validations, amount collected from the patron, and the method of payment (cash, check, debit card, credit card).4. Credit Card Detail Report – This report provides a chronological listing of each credit card transaction by credit card type (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover), by equipment location, and/or by cashier. The report includes credit card payments made to all machines within the Parking Access & Revenue Control System. This report is used to reconcile credit card transactions with processor payments and with the cashier reports.
28 System Management & Account Reporting 5. Exception Transaction Detail Report – This report provides a detailed listing of all exception transactions in chronological order or by transaction type. The report is available for a user-defined time period, and also by a specific cashier, group of cashiers, or all cashiers. This reports is used to audit cashier activity and performance.6. Summary Reports – This report will provide a daily, weekly, or monthly summary of cashier shift reports, including daily grand totals of all information from cashier shift reports. This report provides an overview of day’s / week’s / month’s activity.7. Lane / Device Activity Report – For each exit lane, this report provides a summary of revenue by rate type and number of normal and exception transactions by rate type. This report provides trend analysis of transactions by type.8. Exception Transaction Summary Report – The Exception Transaction Summary Report provides all non-revenue and void transactions in chronological order, by type, and/or cashier for a specified time period. This report is used to audit cashier performance and for statistical information.
29 System Management & Account Reporting 9. Daily Lane Use Statistics Report – The Daily Lane Use Statistics Report provides entry and exit counts by date. This report, like most of the CMC Reports, is user-configurable for the time frame covered by this report; Daily, Weekly, or even Monthly. This report is used for management planning and statistical information.10. Periodic “Length-of-Stay” Duration Report – Provides duration of stay (broken down by hour of day) based on patrons’ elapsed time and patron time of entry. The report reflects both Visitor/Transient and Monthly/Cardholder activity within the entire facility. This report is utilized in rate structure and facility usage analysis, management planning, statistical information, rate analysis, and revenue analysis.11. Sequential Ticket Detail Report – The Sequential Ticket Detail Report provides a complete sequence of transactions related to individual tickets (i.e., information about how and when ticket was issued shall be tied to how and when fee was paid and ticket was processed. This report is sorted by ticket number, and reflects the ticket number’s Exit Date/Time, Location, Transaction Number, Entry Date/Time, Fee Structure applied to generate fee due, the total fee generated, the discount validation amount, the actual amount paid by the patron, and the method of payment (cash, credit card type, check).
30 System Management & Account Reporting 12. Ticket Value Detail Report – Provides ticket stratification based upon value of all transactions processed. Breakdowns are provided for each rate structure. This report is used for revenue analysis, rate analysis, management planning, and statistical information. The Ticket Value Detail Report provides a complete sequence of transactions related to individual tickets (i.e., information about how and when ticket was issued shall be tied to how and when fee was paid and ticket was processed. This report is sorted by ticket number, and reflects the ticket number’s Exit Date/Time, Location, Transaction Number, Entry Date/Time, Fee Structure applied to generate fee due, the total fee generated, the discount validation amount, the actual amount paid by the patron, and the method of payment (cash, credit card type, check).13. Outstanding Ticket Detail Report – Provides a listing of tickets that have been issued, but are not yet processed at an exit. The Central Management Computer receives data on each revenue control system ticket issuing transaction from the ticket dispenser controller, adding its data to the transaction log and consolidating it into daily activity reports. It is also be capable of retrieving information from the transaction database for user configured and defined reports on revenue control transaction activity.
31 System Management & Account Reporting 14. Entry / Exit Statistics Report – This report provides for the counts within a user-defined time parameter of all entries and exits, broken down by hour of the day. This report breaks down these entry/exit events by Visitor/Transient and Monthly/Cardholder transactions, and this report may be generated for a summated report of all lanes within the facility, or by a specific group of lanes.15 Active Cardholder Report – The Active Cardholder Report details all cardholders within the Access Control System. The report may be sorted by card number, cardholder last name, cardholders within a given group name, access level, card status (active, stolen, lost, expired, revoked, etc.), or payment type (credit card (and which variety), check, or company invoice). 10