CAME Parkare has created the new parking area of the prestigious Yacht Club of Castellamare di Stabia. A top-of-the-range 'PKE’ system, with a capacity of 760 cars, consisting of 6 access points with 'Gard 4' barriers and related entry and exit units and 3 automatic pay-stations, that provides customized management of different types of users (the Marina members, occasional pay-to-use visitors and insiders).
The Yacht Club, the pride of Marina di Stabia, was designed by architect Massimiliano Fuksas and features a restaurant, a café, a swimming pool and some conference rooms. A panoramic terrace overlooks the sea allowing a sight of the beauties of the Neapolitan city, ranging from the Marine Protected Area of Punta Campanella to Capri, from Ischia to Vesuvius, all in a single glance.
The CAME ‘PKE’ parking system simplifies and speeds up the entry and exit of users from the Marina di Stabia parking areas, improving user parking experience. In the area, in fact, some innovative and 'intelligent' solutions have been implemented, such as the vehicle number plate recognition with OCR and the use of the TAG UHF antenna: an adhesive label that can be easily applied to the vehicle windshield which allows fast entry to the parking facility. Furthermore, the system is suitable for possible future integrations with Telepass devices.
The parking facility has been designed by the engineering department of CAME, which also offers technical support and advanced remote assistance in real time. The PKE system guarantees low maintenance and requires less staff for parking supervision, who can therefore be employed for other tasks. The parking system was installed in short time, but in two distinct phases, in such a way as to ensure access to the structure by the yacht club customers and the continuity of the services.
The nautical tourism facility of Marina di Stabia was built inside the Gulf of Naples in an abandoned industrial area, once occupied by Cantieri Metallurgici Italiani. The project is the result of a redevelopment plan which included the construction of the marina, a shipyard and dry storage, as well as commercial and industrial buildings, restaurants, sports facilities and exhibition areas. The shipyard extends over a total area of 60,000 square meters, positioning itself as one of the largest marinas in Europe, an icon of revival for Southern Italy.