About Ybern TPSDynamic Ticketless Parking – High Volume, Fast Flow
Ybern – the Industry Leader
Since the first Ticketless Parking System (TPS) installation in 2010 at Lane Cove, Ybern Pty Ltd has been continuously developing this system. As soon as our first Sydney installation came online, we became the leader in true ticketless parking technology. At Ybern, we do not simply ‘supply product’ to the parking industry. We hear what our customers tell us and design parking solutions for their particular needs.
We focus on delivering innovative end-to-end solutions for all parking operation contexts – small, large, multi-site, simple and complicated situations.
The Industry Benchmark
This is why our TPS is a truly ticketless parking system that continues to be the benchmark for user-friendly and operator-profitable parking solutions. Our team at Ybern offers the parking industry intelligent, innovative and efficient solutions that simplify parking operations and deliver a care-free parking experience for operators and customers.
The TPS software suite delivers comprehensive revenue and operations parking management through a single integrated interface on PC, Tablet or Smartphone.
User Self-Managed Accounts
Parkers can go online anywhere, anytime to create an account, see their balances, usage and payment histories. TPS software supports automatic deductions and online top ups. Any kind of concession scheme is available online and is self-administered.
We source reliable and robust components from around the world to use in our locally designed and manufactured Automatic Pay Machines (APMs). We design our TPS products to be eco-friendly.
Today, we are saving more than 5,000,000 parking tickets annually making us one of the world’s leading eco-friendly parking equipment providers of automated parking solutions. We have a dedicated team whose experience encompasses machine programming, database programming, telecommunications engineering, industrial design, industrial electrical engineering, corporate computer environments and national computer networks.