TKH recognised as pivotal player in airport parking technology

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In a recent feature article by Fast Company titled “The new, sci-fi ways AI will radically redesign airports,” TKH Security’s innovative Automated Parking Guidance System (APGS) emerges as a pivotal player in shaping the future of airport parking experiences.

Highlighting the transformative power of AI, the article underscores the important role played by our advanced camera-based solutions in enhancing efficiency and convenience at airport parking garages.

“Our automated parking guidance system (APGS) is a smart parking solution designed to enhance efficiency, security, and convenience. The Fast Company article spotlights the role of the automated parking guidance system (APGS) at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, one of our clients, and how it provides a seamless and stress-free journey through the airport’s parking garage,” said General Manager of North America Pete Messman.

Some of the key automated parking guidance system (APGS) features include efficient spot location which helps travellers find open spots faster and speeds up parking; AI-powered security integration to enhance security and surveillance while providing visibility in and between the parking spaces; helps to optimise parking revenue through smart space utilisation and dynamic pricing.

With AI technologies expanding today, the article predicts that the diverse shapes and digital footprints of future airports will have roots in the advancements of artificial intelligence. TKH Security stands ready to continue driving these parking guidance innovations and contributing to the evolving narrative of smart, connected airports.

“Being featured in a renowned publication like Fast Company is a testament to the dedication and innovation of our team,” said Messman. “As we celebrate this recognition, we look forward to continuing our journey as a leader in AI-driven parking solutions, delivering unparalleled parking guidance experiences and shaping the airports of tomorrow.”


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