City of Port Phillip selects DCA’s Smart City Technology

Database Consultants Australia (‘DCA’) has strengthened its presence in Smart Cities by winning yet another major local government contract for a fully integrated Smart City Parking Technology solution.  The City of Port Phillip has selected DCA ahead of its competitors to deliver a full scope of services including:-

Mobile Payment App – PayStay
DCA’s leading pay-by-app solution, which is in use at most major municipalities across Melbourne and many others across Australia and New Zealand.

Infringement Grade Vehicle Occupancy Sensors PinForce Sentinel
DCA’s parking sensor technology, proven to be 100% reliable for court-based infringement disputes and providing comprehensive parking analysis capability.

Mobility Workforce toolsPinForce Mobile
Australasia’s industry leading parking compliance application for parking/ranger officers to capture all infringements/warnings.

Parking Guidance SystemPayStay Parking Locator & PinForce Sentinel
Parking availability, navigation and payments provided through PayStay to provide real-time information for more than 450,000 existing PayStay users.

Integrated Parking Payment and Parking Enforcement
DCA’s PinForce technology and PayStay will collate the data from City of Port Phillip’s parking meters to provide an integrated parking payment and parking enforcement environment for the City of Port Phillip.

DCA’s Director for Smart Cities, Sandy Del Papa, was thrilled to announce the partnership with the City of Port Phillip, saying that “Having the City of Port Phillip join our portfolio of 200+ clients, forges a collaboration with another innovative Australian municipality.”

With this technology suite, the City of Port Phillip will have access to information and communication technologies to meet its objectives of improving quality of life by providing easier and fairer access to valuable council resources, whilst also meeting the current and likely future economic, social and environmental needs of its constituents.

April 2018

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