Robotic Parking Systems is ISO 9001:2015 Certified

Robotic Parking Systems ISO 9001:2015 Certified

Robotic Parking Systems Inc. is pleased to announce that it has completed the rigorous audit process and is now ISO 9001:2015 Certified for the Design and Installation of Robotic Parking Systems.

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ParkSmart Issue 35

What happens when you apply twenty first century technology to parking?Take a look at the Robotic Parking Systems’ newsletter, ParkSmart Issue 35, which is available online.

Robotic Parking Systems Newsletter

Congressman Jolly Tours Robotic Parking Systems’ Manufacturing Facility

Congressman Jolly tours Robotic Parking Systems' manufacturing facility.

US Congressman David Jolly recently toured Robotic Parking Systems‘ manufacturing facility in Clearwater, FL where he received a demonstration of the company’s innovative automated parking technology.

Congressman Jolly represents Florida’s 13th Congressional District which covers Pinellas County where the company is located. As a member of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, he understands transportation issues and how more efficient and space-saving parking can assist urban development projects.

US Congressman David Jolly at Robotic Parking Systems.

Robotic Parking Systems Adopts a Mile of the Pinellas Trail

Pinellas Trail

The St. Petersburg – Clearwater area in Pinellas County, Florida is a beautiful place to live and work. Its beaches, lakes, parks and trails make it ideal for outdoor activities.

One unique place is the Pinellas Trail which is a linear park and recreation trail extending 38.2 miles from St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs, Florida. This multi-use trail is used by thousands every day for walking, jogging, skating and biking in a protected green space. Robotic Parking Systems volunteered to adopt a one mile stretch of the Pinellas Trail that our staff help to keep clean of trash and other debris. It’s very evident by the number of “thank you’s” that we receive that everyone who uses the trail appreciates the effort.

Robotic Parking Systems' staff cleans Pinellas Trail.

 

PARKING FACTS: Where was the first mechanical parking garage?

One of the earliest uses of a mechanical parking system, which consisted of a groundbreaking multi-story concrete structure with an internal elevator to transport cars to upper levels where attendants parked the cars, was in 1905 at the Garage Rue de Ponthieu, Paris, France. (Source: Wikipedia)

First mechanical parking 1905