Posted by: aclas | May 3, 2011

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

The centre has an enormous maximum capacity and one hall alone can hold up to 8,000 people! A convention centre of this size obviously has considerable parking requirements- being able to accommodate large numbers of vehicles arriving simultaneously is not an easy task!

For this reason, BCEC came to us earlier this year in need of an urgent upgrade on their existing parking system. It was a huge project involving all of our staff and technicians. Some of the equipment required included 20 barrier gates, 16 Passport Access Controllers, 9 Ticket Verifiers, 4 Auditor Powerpads, printers and software. Coordinating the individual pieces was done through the advanced software so that that all aspects could be controlled through the Powerpads.

Aclas was able to customize a solution to suit the centre’s specific needs and to cope with the centre’s huge capacity. The new system has allowed BCEC to increase their revenue control substantially and keep tabs on their users. To check out the system for yourself, why not drop in to BCEC next time your strolling along Southbank?

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