• Announcement

    Tas Parks choose Parkeon

    After scouring the market for Pay & Display meters, APARC is proud to be the successful bidder once again.

    Whilst other providers struggle in harsh conditions, our Parkeon meters are built tougher than most, and will outperform any meter – even in the snow. The 7’inch colour screen “Hybrid” meter can be loaded with daily news, QR codes, missing persons, even coupons. All information can be downloaded remotely and can easily transform into a Pay & Display or Pay-By-Bay meter with a sticker change and a simple software upgrade. This state of the art meter doesn’t miss a beat, and according to all reports Tas Parks are delighted with the performance and customer service shown by APARC.

    APARC thanks Tas Parks for the opportunity.

  • Salamanca Markets Hobart City

    Hobart & APARC unite for Australia’s first fully integrated Smart City

    The best-of-the-best win Hobart!

    In 2016, Hobart City Council embarked on a far sighted journey to formulate a state-of-the-art Smart City solution for Tasmania’s capital city.  A program of trials and tests of equipment and technology followed to ensure that equipment would stand up to the extreme weather conditions of Tasmania, and guarantee performance.

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  • Parkeon completes key role in Opal network success

    Parkeon, a global leader in transport ticketing technology, has played a key role in the highly successful roll-out of the world’s largest geographically-defined smartcard system, which has now been completed months ahead of schedule.

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  • APARC adds another happy customer in Hobsons Bay

    It gives us great pleasure to announce the success of our trial with Hobsons Bay City Council. This win means a lot to our business, which adds to our unblemished record of never losing a client in 10 years of trading. A huge thank you to National Sales Manager James Miliankos for his help on this project.

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  • City of Maribyrnong meter trial is a big success

    After testing the waters over the years, the City of Maribyrnong have now trialled the Parkeon meters and are ecstatic with the results they found. The meters didn’t miss a beat throughout the whole process – the cash collection and accuracy spoke volumes. We are delighted to find ourselves with another happy customer, and look forward to a long working relationship with the City of Maribyrnong. Installation of the full fleet is expected to commence in the coming weeks.

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  • Announcement

    City of Vincent increase their asset register

    APARC are delighted to announce that the City of Vincent are increasing their Parkeon fleet with more ticket machines. The council have ordered more meters to be deployed in the next 3 weeks, included as Phase One of their Smart City Solution.

  • Announcement

    Monash University adds more Parkeon to their campus

    APARC have been notified that more Parkeon meters are needed at Monash University. The meters are due to be deployed over the next 2 weeks, joining the existing campus fleet. This is a welcome addition to our increasing customer base in Victoria, growing steadily with a new customer every month.

  • Announcement

    Lismore City Council expands its urban mobility

    After a successful tender bid, Lismore City Council has decided to extend their fleet. New meters will be dispatched this week.

    As always, APARC is grateful for the business and the continued support of Lismore City Council.

  • APARC tops 30 Parkeon distributors for 2016

    APARC has delivered results beyond belief for Parkeon in 2016. Whilst we delivered our best results in 10 years of trading, 2016 was also special for other reasons. Firstly, APARC won all its new business from competitors. Secondly, after a decade in business, we still haven’t lost a client.

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  • City of South Perth doubles up on sensor technology

    APARC, the official Australian distributor for Smart Parking, have won the supply, installation, and maintenance of another 150 sensors for the City of South Perth. This win means that the product punches well above its weight in terms of reliability and quality, and is by far the best sensor technology in the country (APARC founder Phillip Verity wouldn’t have taken on the product if it wasn’t the Rolls Royce of sensors).

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