Tre Cime di Lavaredo - Symbol of the Dolomites UNESCO
Auronzo di Cadore - Italy
The Tre Cime di Lavaredo, located on the border between the far north of the Province of Belluno and the Tre Cime/3 Zinnen region in Alta Pusteria in South Tyrol,
are perhaps the best known mountains in the world, the most photographed and the most featured on postcards and calendars around the world.
The characteristic colours and shape of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo are iconic. The 'three fingers of dolomite' that rise towards the sky are in fact a unique spectacle.
They are made up of three massifs, the Grande, which is the central one at 2,999 metres; the Cima Ovest at 2,973 metres; and the Piccola at 2,857 metres.
Easily accessible and historically important, they have always been a popular tourist destination for nature lovers because of the views they offer and their unique structure. and for their unique structure.
The very important technological project regarding parking solutions concerned all the most prestigious parking areas in the Alpine area dedicated to local/international tourist areas and caravan
services with complete parking system management, located on the only access road to the famous Tre Cime di Lavaredo UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The technology used, in collaboration with a very important parking system in the Italian panorama, was the use of BIONIK4 barriers with relative 3m and 4m poles, fully integrated into the
total parking management systems. The technology used, in collaboration with a leading Italian parking system, was the use of BIONIK4 barriers with their 3m and 4m poles,
fully integrated into the total management systems for parking and access.