DCA has strengthened its presence in Smart Cities by winning yet another major local government contract for a fully integrated Smart City Parking Technology solution. The City of Port Phillip has selected DCA ahead of its competitors to deliver a full scope of services.
Auckland Transport, New Zealand’s largest transport authority, has selected DCA to fulfil their requirements to digitise Auckland’s SmartCity on-street paid parking.
Sydney Trains, which provide over 320 million passenger journeys per year, has elected to extend their contract with DCA following 3 years of successful collaboration.
The City of Bunbury has completed an overhaul of their CBD parking operation, with a major change being the inclusion of PayStay for on-street parking.
Already renowned for being the fastest-growing Smart City Parking application in Australia, PayStay has further enhanced this reputation by registering its 300,000th Australian user.
PayStay, the mobile payment solution provided by DCA, has continued kicking goals early into 2017, with some major developments to start the year.
DCA’s longstanding relationship with the City of Melbourne is set to continue. Following a rigorous international tender process, the City of Melbourne has opted to award its Smart City parking technology contract to DCA.
Palo Alto stays with PinForce and upgrades their PinForce Mobile system from the Windows platform to the newer Android version, using the later version of PinForce installed on Samsung Galaxy S7 devices.
DCA’s stellar reputation as pioneers of the parking industry has been heightened, claiming the nationally recognised Parking Industry 2016 Excellence in Innovation and Technology award.
DCA will once again attend the annual Parking Australia Convention & Exhibition (PACE), the largest gathering for the parking industry, taking place on November 8-10.
DCA is thrilled to announce a major contract award with one of Australia’s most iconic local government organisations, the City of Yarra. The Victorian council, adjacent to the City of Melbourne, selected DCA to roll out the latest in parking technologies through a formal tender process.
Australia’s leading mobile parking application PayStay has hit another incredible milestone, exceeding 150,000 registrations. This 50% increase in take-up rate took only six months to achieve, having reached the 100,000 mark in February 2016.
Parking is like real estate, difficult to find and often more costly than expected. Thanks to PayStay’s latest feature, finding this prime real estate just became much easier.
PayStay, a mobile parking payment app developed for the Australian market, has reached the ambitious target of 100,000 subscribers well ahead of schedule. To put that into perspective, you can fill the MCG with PayStay users.
ParkNet, a powerful real-time parking space monitoring tool, is live in the City of Gold Coast – giving council modernistic insights into parking behaviour that is unlike any other on Australian soil. The Gold Coast selected the technology to ensure their parking network was seamless and simple ahead of the 2018 Commonwealth Games which will be hosted by the City.
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While still relatively new to the market, the Australian owned and run application has made further enhancements to increase its user experience.
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DCA has proved once again that we are the top of the parking industry with recognition in the Parking Industry Australia 2015 Awards.
DCA’s mobile parking application PayStay has celebrated its first birthday in style, with Bunbury, Western Australia going live on the 3rd of August – making PayStay now available across 4 Australian states.
DCA’s very own pay-by-mobile parking application, PayStay, has spread its wings further with another three Australian authorities selecting PayStay
More than 12 clients have joined the PinForce family since late last year including regional councils, metropolitan cities and even private entities; bringing the total to well over 170 municipalities, airports and universities.
The City of Melbourne’s inaugural artist-in-residence, Gideon Obarzanek, has produced an entertaining tongue-in-cheek video on the tough job faced by parking inspectors.
PayStay, DCA’s pay-by-phone parking technology, is expanding rapidly with recent deployments in Queensland and New South Wales.
DCA expands it’s national presence into Queensland and opens Gold Coast office.
The initial rollout of the technology across the Sydney Trains network was a resounding success. And it continues to get even better.
DCA has been awarded a significant tender from the Gold Coast City Council to replace the city’s ageing fleet of parking meters with hi-tech PinForce solutions.
Following a successful deployment in North Carlton, DCA’s pay-by-phone parking solution is being rolled out across the City of Melbourne.
nForce v5 on Android handheld devices has been successfully deployed as EPIN penalty infringement management system throughout the Sydney Trains network incorporating the city’s trains, ferries and buses.
DCA has acquired the assets of Wilson Technology Solutions’ NoticeIT and EnforceIT infringement processing and issuing business.
The City of Melbourne recently awarded DCA a significant tender to roll out pay-by-phone parking across more than 12,000 bays throughout the city. The technology will allow motorists to pay by smartphone app or phone, although coins will still be accepted.
The new name and logo of the Parking Association of Australia (PAA) was launched on 20th November 2013. As a proud, long-standing member of the Association, DCA was there to celebrate.
Fairfield City in NSW has changed from a late starter to a leader in electronic compliance by adopting DCA’s PinForce mobility suite for a range of compliance and regulatory activities.
Shoalhaven City has joined neighbouring councils Shellharbour and Wollongong as happy users of PinForce, extending the product’s reach on the NSW south coast.
The Rural City of Murray Bridge (RCMB) became the first rural council in South Australia to enter the electronic era of compliance management, selecting DCA PinForce to move its compliance activities from traditional handwritten processes to modern, electronic, automated activities.
Regional areas are increasingly choosing PinForce products to replace outdated methods of parking enforcement. Muswellbrook Shire Council in NSW is the latest to be welcomed into the PinForce family.
After a public tender process, the City of Port Adelaide Enfield has chosen PinForce as their new infringement system. This council will be among the first PinForce sites in South Australia to go with our Android-based platform.
DCA was a gold sponsor for the Australian National Parking Steering Group’s (ANPSG) 16th annual workshop held from 7-9 August at the Melbourne Town Hall.
Bankstown recently decided to expand its capabilities with the implementation of DCA’s innovative PinForce Duress Alarm module and ultimately ensuring officer safety whilst in the field.
City of Joondalup has extended their Rangers capabilities with the adoption of PinForce City Wide into their Local Laws and Animal areas.
Darwin Waterfront Corporation has selected PinForce Mobile to assist them with their enforcement activities on the exciting newly developed Darwin foreshore.
The City of Darebin went live this month with their new handheld system PinForce Mobile after completing a public tender to select their preferred solution and decommissioning previously out dated technology through this process.
Perth Airport has selected PinForce Mobile as the handheld solution of choice
Enabling council to more effectively collect data to assist with parking management strategies.
DCA welcomes one of the last remaining major Airports on the Eastern Boarder as a valued client.
Wollongong Hospital has selected PinForce Mobile as their preferred penalty infringement notice (PINs) issuing solution. This new relationship marks PinForce’s first foray into providing compliance technologies into hospitals.
DCA’s innovative PinForce Mobile solution has recently been deployed at Hawkesbury as the city’s new infringement issuing system.
City of Swan has joined our growing PinForce Mobile family in Western Australia.
Evidence supplied by PinForce Sentinel sensors has now been used in 7 successful prosecutions.
DCA is proud to announce the latest addition to our growing family of PinForce Mobile handheld users in South Australia, the City of Charles Sturt.
DCA is now certified to be compliant with the PCI DSS standard after passing a rigorous auditing process.
Darwin City installation places PinForce in every Australian mainland capital city.
City of Kalgoorlie – Boulder goes high tech with PinForce LPR and across the country Mount Isa City Council to go live with PinForce Mobile in early 2013.
DCA wins Parking Association of Australia Infrastructure category award for PinForce Sentinel solution.
A DCA client has successfully prosecuted an infringement, issued from PinForce Sentinel, through the Magistrates Court in Victoria.
Armidale Dumaresq Council recently went live with PinForce Mobile handheld devices and DCA are currently installing 860 sensors throughout the CBD including both on street and off street car parks.
Launceston City Council and Clarence City Council choose PinForce to manage their infringements.
DCA is now live at Port Macquarie-Hastings Council with 600 PinForce Sentinel underground parking sensors.
DCA has installed PinForce LPR, at Wagga Wagga City Council after a thorough process of trial and planning.
DCA welcomes City of Fremantle, City of Joondalup and City of Mandurah to the PinForce family, joining the Rottnest Island Authority who jumped on board earlier this year.
DCA has been awarded the prestigious City of Melbourne contract to deliver the entire PinForce integrated suite of parking technology solutions.
PinForce City Wide and PinForce Mobile fulfill the requirements of the Rottnest Island Authority to maintain a database of registered boats and manage infringements relating to boating activity on the island.
DCA is pleased to announce another successful deployment of PinForce Sentinel at Manningham City Council in Victoria.
DCA is proud to announce that PinForce LPR Licence Plate Recognition has been operating successfully in Byron Shire in NSW since early 2010.
DCA are pleased to announce that the City of Greater Dandenong in Victoria is now live with PinForce City Wide.
DCA is pleased to announce that Pittwater City Council has gone live on the Council’s website with the innovative PinForce Images Online module.
DCA has been awarded Microsoft Gold Certified Partner status in recognition of the highest level of competence and expertise with Microsoft technologies.
Force City Wide has been designed for Councils or organisations who use manual or partly automated processes in the field for issuing compliance notices or carrying out health, building or planning inspections.
DCA scores 93.70% for customer satisfaction in the 2009 Australian Achiever Awards for Victoria’s Computer Systems and Software Services category.
As part of the growing PinForce offering, DCA are proud to offer PinForce LPR, a state-of-the-art mobile License Plate Recognition (LPR) system.
DCA would like to welcome Pittwater City Council as the latest NSW SDRO PinForce client to select DCA’s highly successful PinForce infringement issuing solution.
DCA ‘s state of the art Vehicle Detection System – PinForce Sentinel – has been released.
DCA would like to welcome our first Australasian Airport client as a valued PinForce customer, and it’s the biggest – Sydney Airport Corporation.
DCA would like to welcome New Zealand’s second largest City Council, Christchurch City Council, on board as a customer of PinForce, DCA’s successful infringement management solution.