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Ericsson Globe – Sweden

The Ericsson Globe in Stockholm uses an innovative, cashless and barrier-free Car Park Management System (CPMS) designed and supplied by Q-Free.

Currently the largest hemispherical building in the world, the Ericsson Globe is a venue for ice hockey matches, shows and concerts. It seats 13,850 for ice hockey matches, and 16,000 for shows and concerts. A mall with over 60 stores and several hotels and offices share the same parking facilities.

The Q-Free-supplied CPMS went live on 18 March 2015 and provides a reference for how barrier-free parking could be implemented in the future. It showcases how Q-Free is blending previously discrete sectors of traffic management to provide innovative new solutions — in this case, Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) expertise from the free-flow, cashless tolling environment is being used to create a cashless, barrier-free and much more user-friendly solution for parking.

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