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As computer technology has become more sophisticated, Arthur D Riley & Co Ltd (ADR) has been able to introduce an innovative range of products. With hardware developed overseas but adapted by ADR for New Zealand conditions and software developed locally. ADR Handheld equipment has simplified the role of the traditional meter-readers by field verifying, recording and then downloading information for the billing process. These are available for the water, gas and electricity industry and are now used all around the country.

A more recent addition to the range works with local parking authorities and allows wardens to print out tickets on the spot, download the information and carry the process right through to any court proceedings. Another specialised solution was developed for ticketing on the Wellington cable car.

ADR Handheld equipment has been developed to meet the rigorous demands of field conditions, and the company provides full hardware and software support.

ADR Handheld products and services include:

  • Handheld Systems Ruggedised Solutions for the New Zealand Environment Meter Reading & Parking Enforcement

  • Ruggedised hardware

  • Specifically designed for New Zealand market

  • Supports SQL Server, Oracle, Access Databases

  • Contract Meter Reading option available

  • MeterOr - Meter Reading Software
    - On Site Billing option
    - Remote Reading

  • TicketOr - Parking Enforcement Software
    - Full Parking Enforcement Administration Option
    - Digital camera, scanner, voice recording

 

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