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PayStay Digitising Darwin’s CBD parking experience
The City of Darwin sought to partner with DCA to introduce a digital parking system to complement the meter scheme already in place, with a view to accommodating not only their permanent retailers and residents but also their vast and growing transient and seasonal population.Read More
ePermits-connected digital permit solution
A major transport authority and their community of users benefit from increased efficiencies with DCA’s digital permit solution. As a major government body, our client (the Client) is responsible for transport services for the largest single local government entity in the southern hemisphere.Read More
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DCA’s ePermits permit issuing technology replaces the need for paper based permits for parking and other services. Our fully automated, highly customisable solution has been developed to meet the real-world needs of councils, universities and transport authorities where the complexity and rules based issuing of permits and bay reservations has become increasingly challenging and costly to administer.Download
PayStay is community centric smartphone application that allows drivers to search parking availability by time restriction, price and location and digitally pay for their parking. PayStay also guides users to vacant parking spaces using their smartphone’s mapping systemDownload
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Smart phone to unlock the City of Fremantle’s Integrated Parking Management System
City of Fremantle has chosen Database Consultants Australia (DCA) as the preferred supplier to deliver their smart city parking strategy.
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