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NEW PRODUCTS


METRIC FEATURES ITS CASHLESS TECHNOLOGY AT TRAFFEX 2011 Metric will feature its innovative cashless technology at Traffex 2011


March 29-31 in Birmingham, UK. Among nine pay-and-display parking machines on its 120-meter stand will be an Aura cashless machine and the brand-new Metric Mobile. “The public will decide how it wants to pay for parking and we are providing them with the cashless option,” said Richard Boultbee, Metric’s UK Sales and Marketing Manager. He added that the introduction of Metric Mobile means that operators now have the biggest-ever choice of parking payment options via Metric systems.


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SECURA KEY RELEASES RK65K PRODUCT TRAINING TUTORIAL


Secura Key has completed a new PowerPoint


FLEXPOST OFFERS NEW PEDESTRIAN CROSSING FLEXBOLLARD


Flexpost now offers a new “Ped-Xing” FlexBollard, which is designed to


keep drivers aware of foot traffic on parking lot crosswalks. The 52” by 7” units are highly visible, with the appearance of a rigid bollard but flexing 360º – thus eliminating damage to vehicles while keeping patrons safe in parking lots. They come in many colors and can be installed in concrete, asphalt and natural ground.


For more information, log on to www.parkingtoday.com and click on “New Products” in the lower right-hand corner.


Product Training Tutorial for its RK65K standalone access control unit. It is available on the company website (www.securakey.com) by clicking on Support, then Training/Tutorials. The proximity reader, which controls up to 65,000 cards, is programmed with a passive handheld device. The tutorial includes information on installing, operating and troubleshooting the RK65K, as well as product features, wiring and mounting instructions, and configuration and programming procedures.


For more information, log on to


www.parkingtoday.com and click on “New Products” in the lower right-hand corner.


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