A Automatic car parking system is a mechanical device that multiplies parking capacity inside a parking lot. Parking systems are generally powered by electric motors or hydraulic pumps that move vehicles into a storage position. There are two types of car parking systems: traditional and automated. In the long term, automated car parking systems are likely to be more cost effective when compared to traditional parking garages. Automatic multi-storey automated car park systems are less expensive per parking slot, since they tend to require less building volume and less ground area than a conventional facility with the same capacity. Both automated car parking systems and automated parking garage systems reduce pollution — cars are not running or circling around while drivers look for parking spaces. Star Technology STC has partnered with Nortech to provide parking management system across Middle East & Africa. Parking Management helps people to find the parking spots quickly. The Parking Management System constitutes the access control system, revenue management, security system, boom barrier and statistical information. The ability to control access for people both when they are on foot and when they are driving a vehicle offers great benefits in many applications. Achieving this using the same electronic ID card for both applications offers simpler management and reduces cost. If each authorized member of staff or customer is issued with an electronic ID card (proximity card or smart card) to allow them access to secured areas within a building or installation, it can be possible to allow them to use the same card to authorize the entry of their vehicle onto the site or into the car park. In addition, their vehicle can be registered on the access control system to prevent unauthorized vehicles from entering or leaving the site Benefits Can be used to extend an existing standard electronic ID-based access control system to maximize perimeter security without the need to install a separate vehicle access control system or replace the existing installation. Increased security by checking both vehicle and driver identities The capability to read a standard electronic ID card within a vehicle while it is moving through a control point at speed can reduce delays and avoid congestion Combined driver and vehicle identification can reduce costs and simplify fleet management, while minimizing the risk of loss of goods and rolling stock through vehicle theft.