Omaha is the largest city in the state of Nebraska, home to several major corporations, technology and architecture firms.
Bustling with business and the traffic issues of a dynamic economy, City of Omaha recently selected HUB Parking Technology to replace an outdated Parking Access and Revenue Control System at seven of their owned and operated parking garages. The facilities are open 24 hours per day, seven days per week with over 5,000 parking spaces and 30 lanes. The scalable and modular HUB Parking Technology barcode system will include 15 lane entry stations, 15 lane exit stations, 3 fee computers, and 30 barrier gates. Access control equipment will be installed in the lanes and pedestrian door access points as well as an integrated billing and accounts receivable system. The HUB parking system will also include a Coding Station for mass validations, VoIP intercom, LED garage signage, and integrated mobile payment solution.
Controlled from one central location, HUB Janus Management System (JMS) will allow for streamlined management of all seven City of Omaha garages. Monitoring each facility, occupancy, and specific devices and peripherals will be available to the parking manager(s) at any time and any place.