|[March 11, 2014]
Text2Valet Parking Solution From DCS Uses Telit's CC864-DUAL CDMA/1xRTT Module
RALEIGH, N.C. --(Business Wire)--
Wireless Solutions, a global provider of high-quality
machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions, products and services and DCS
Solutions, a provider of high-quality wireless data products,
solutions, and services to the wireless data market, today announced
that DCS is to utilize a wireless cellular printer that employs Telit's
800/1900 MHz CDMA/1xRTT CC864-DUAL module in its innovative parking
Text2Valet Image (Photo: Business Wire)
is a simple to use, cost effective, unique communications solution for
businesses that operate a vehicle valet service. The uniqueness comes
from the use of a cellular wireless printer operating on a nationwide
CDMA cellular network. Customers are not required to download any type
of app onto their mobile phones; instead, they simply use their own SMS
functionality, making the service available even to non-smart phones.
At drop off, vehicle owners receive a valet ticket with a local
telephone number. When ready to depart, customers simply send a text
message to the phone number on the valet ticket. The request for vehicle
pickup is sent directly to the cellular printer located at the valet
stand. Valet attendants are prompted immediately to retrieve the
vehicle. This improves comfort, convenience as well as personal security
for valet patrons.
"We recognized the need for a truly mobile parking solution that did not
require an Internet connection. In addition we wanted to deliver the
industry's lowest cost solution without cutting corners," said Chris
Bursey, managing partner, of DCS.
"Text2Valet is another great DCS product. It is an innovative turnkey
solution that delivers significant benefits to operators of a valet
service as well as their customers," said Mike Ueland, senior vice
president and general manager of Telit Wireless (News - Alert) Solutions North America.
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