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Using public parking lots like Hi-Pass

Incheonworks with Tmap to build a smart parking lot system with automatic paymentoptions

The Incheon Metropolitan City Government agreed to work withTmap Mobility to upgrade its public parking lots and make parking lots muchmore user-friendly. Incheon will start building a “smart parking system”aimed at making parking lots within its jurisdiction more convenient andaccessible for local users.

▲The Incheon Metropolitan City Government agreed to work with Tmap Mobility toupgrade its public parking lots and make parking lots much more user-friendly.Incheon will start building a “smart parking system” aimed at making parkinglots within its jurisdiction more convenient and accessible for localusers. 


Incheon signed a memorandum of understanding with Tmap Mobility in November2020 to create a “smart parking system.” In March 2021, it followed its MOUwith Tmap Mobility up by announcing a comprehensive plan for public parkinglots (2021~2025) to improve parking problems across the city, and to build asmart environment for public parking lots.

The “smart parking system” is an automated (unmanned) system that enables usersto search, pay, and access current parking space information all through adedicated smartphone app.

With this new smart parking system, when the user’s vehicle enters a publicparking lot, the parking control sensor recognizes the vehicle’s number plate,and when the user’s vehicle exits a parking lot, the system charges theappropriate parking fee to the user’s credit card, which can be registered inthe app in advance.

Starting with the parking lot attached to the Metropolitan City Governmentoffice headquarters on July 6, Incheon will open the “Tmap Parking” service andits smart parking system to the public. Incheon expects to upgrade more than350 public (paid) outdoor parking lots across the city with the new smartparking system by 2023.
 

▲With Incheon’s new smart parking system, when the user’s vehicle enters apublic parking lot, the parking control sensor recognizes the vehicle’s numberplate, and when the user’s vehicle exits a parking lot, the system charges theappropriate parking fee to the user’s credit card, which can be registered inthe app in advance. This allows the user to exit the parking lot withoutstopping, similar to the Hi-Pass system. Image of a user using Tmap.


 

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