Parkl Launches Ticket-Free Parking In Duna Plaza

  • 24 Jul 2020 9:31 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Parkl Launches Ticket-Free Parking In Duna Plaza
Parkl Digital Technologies has launched its ticket-free parking system in the Budapest shopping mall Duna Plaza, the IT startup announced on Wednesday.

Users have to register with a mobile app and give the number plate of the car for which they intend to pay parking fees.

After registration, the system installed in the parking facility automatically reads the number plates and time spent and invoices and deducts the payments automatically.

Drivers said in response to a survey carried out by Parkl that the different entry and ticketing systems in shopping malls are overcomplicated to use.

The software is able to identify not only number plates but the colour and model of cars, said CEO and founder Zsolt Somogyi.

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