McCain Announces Partnership with Pinnacle Parking Systems - “We are pleased to announce our partnership with Pinnacle Parking Systems and excited to work with their team of professionals. Pinnacle is uniquely qualified to bring OPTIPARK PGS and Wayfinding solutions to the market and adds value to their diverse product line. It’s a win-win for both companies.”, says Mike Driscoll, Parking Business Unit Manager at McCain, Inc.
McCain Hits 2,000 ATC Cabinet Milestone - With an extensive variety of footprints in McCain’s ATC Cabinet series, these cabinets can be leveraged for almost any traffic scenario – from central business districts that require functionality with a limited footprint, to running multiple intersections from a single cabinet.
San Jose Airport to Receive OPTIPARK® Wayfinding Solution - The San Jose Airport (SJC) is unique in that the airport is in the heart of Silicon Valley. SJC serves a large area, with multiple route options, and getting to the airport in a cost and time-efficient way has been challenging travelers for a long time. But good news is on the way for San Jose!
McCain to Provide OPTIPARK PGS to Oceanside, CA - Installation of the OPTIPARK PGS system will commence in the fourth quarter of 2019, incorporating McCain’s full-color Variable Message Signs (VMS), powered by SWARCO technology at the garage entrance and on each level of the facility. In keeping with McCain’s commitment to green technology and efficiency, the VMS signs require only 5% of the power-draw of opposing equipment and use SWARCO’s precision-optic lenses for a display of unprecedented clarity and brightness.
OPTIPARK® PGS Selected for Pleasant Hill, CA Facility - The system will be installed at a parking garage located in one of largest shopping districts in the area, continuing McCain’s expansion into Silicon Valley, an area widely known for its acceptance of innovation. The OPTIPARK system was selected for its accuracy in capturing parking space data through cameras and software and being able to disseminate that information to third parties or through city/vendor apps and websites.
McCain to Unveil Transparity® TDX at ITS Annual Meeting -Transparity TDX enables rapid and secure integration of a multitude of emerging and existing applications including but not limited to connected vehicle data subscriptions, Integrated Corridor Management Systems (ICMS), regional traffic management, parking system events, and multimodal applications such as Transit Priority, Emergency Vehicle Preemption (EVP), and pedestrian and bike safety. Transparity TDX also provides long term storage of high-resolution event data and performance reporting.
Transparity® TMS to Power Ontario's Provincial Signalized Intersections - The flexibility of Transparity TMS plays perfectly into Ontario’s unique traffic management needs. With approximately 13 million residents, more than a third of Canada’s total population, Ontario covers a land mass 1.5 times the size of Texas. While much of the population is centered around major cities in the GTAH (Greater Toronto Area and Hamilton), Ottawa, and Windsor, the province also includes sparsely populated regions, all of which will be controlled by Transparity TMS.
San Jose Selects McCain to Modernize Downtown Wayfinding System - San Jose currently has a legacy parking system which pushes availability to static signs with LED inserts that display basic alpha-numeric data. Upgrading these signs to McCain’s Variable Message Signs (VMS) opens the door to many new means of communicating with the public. The full-color VMS can display any combination of text, graphics, and images. Best of all, as an established leader in transportation, McCain VMS comply with U.S. traffic communications standards (NTCIP), providing options to integrate parking and variable message signs with traffic and other mobility operations.
San Francisco Selects McCain ATC Cabinets to Upgrade Traffic Signal Infrastructure - McCain won a major three-year contract with the City and County of San Francisco to upgrade traffic control cabinets throughout the city with new Advanced Transportation Controller cabinets (ATC cabinets). San Francisco runs the nation’s 13th largest transportation department, making it the largest user of NEMA cabinets to adopt the ATC cabinet technology to date.