Viva Las Vegas! See you at IPI.


T2 team members are already arriving for the IPI Parking Conference & Expo. We have started to set up our exhibit booth in preparation to connect with you next week. With a giant lighted tower anchoring our booth, you won’t be able to miss us. And we hope you don’t! Here are four reasons to come see us at IPI in Booth #347.


We’re Bringing It All Together.

And by “it,” we mean everything you need to manage permits, enforcement, PARCS, events, multi-space meters, and vehicle counting. Now, every aspect of your parking operation can live on a single platform that integrates seamlessly. We are introducing the T2 UNIFI Parking Management Platform, which provides the industry’s most comprehensive suite of parking solutions. Let’s build something great together—our Solutions Architects are ready to roll up their sleeves and draft a parking plan that works for you and your master plan!


Demo Derby.

We brought everything but the kitchen sink. Come see the Digital Luke II multi-space pay station and new PARCS hardware, and check out our software solutions in action. Test out AutoCount by seeing how a real (read: remote controled) car activates the loops, and watch the Vehicle Counter report the parker’s movement in real-time on our dashboard. If you’re nice, we might even let you drive.

We Want to Hear What You Have to Say.

At T2, our ears are open. Whether you are a long-time customer or someone newly interested in our solutions, we want to know how to make parking better in your world. What happens in Vegas won’t stay in Vegas. In this instance, we will take the insight you share with us back home, so we can innovate solutions that positively impact you and your parkers.

We’re Just Fun.

Our people work hard to make parking management as seamless as possible for you. As good as we are at that, we also sure know how to have fun. We enjoy seeing you, and hope when we connect at IPI, it feels like a break from conference busyness. So stop by Booth #347, we can’t wait to see you.


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June 26, 2015