Robotic Parking Systems’ Proven Software Offers a User-Friendly Graphical User Interface

Robotic Parking Systems Garage Manager

Robotic Parking Systems use the powerful and proven General Electric (GE) automation platform. Motors, electronics, controls and software platform are all manufactured by GE.

The software for our products is based on GE Cimplicity® which has been used worldwide for more than 15 years. Cimplicity runs assembly lines such as Saturn, GM and Ford and handles movement of thousands of containers at seaports 24/7. And, our primary software engineer has over 20 years experience with Cimplicity. He worked directly for GE as Program Manager for automotive programs on GM, Ford, Daimler, Chrysler and Honda.

The Robotic Parking Systems’ software offers an intuitive, user-friendly graphical user interface with real time display of entire automated car park. The user interface and extensive diagnostic tools and alerts make it easy for operators and technicians to keep things running smoothly.






Happy New Year 2014 from Robotic Parking Systems

Happy New Year 2014 from Robotic Parking Systems

Best wishes for a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.

ParkSmart – Robotic Parking Systems’ Newsletter Issue 31 Online

Issue 31 of ParkSmart – Robotic Parking Systems’ newsletter is now available online. In this issue we cover:

HAPPY HOLIDAYS! – We would like to wish everyone Happy Holidays and a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.

EXCESSIVE DRIVING: How Urban Areas Can Reduce Congestion – Much of the air pollution and traffic congestion in urban areas results from drivers …

PARKING FACTS – Do you know how many surface parking lots exist in the US?

View your issue of ParkSmart.

Contact us at if you have any questions or need any information.

Best regards,
Editor, ParkSmart





Happy Thanksgiving from Robotic Parking Systems Inc

Happy Thanksgiving from Robotic Parking Systems Inc

Some US Airports Are Searching Cars Parked by Valets Without Your Presence or Consent

If you’re not aware of this parking issue in the US, you should be …

The Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution states: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

This right is apparently being violated by a number of airports in their Transportation Security Administration (TSA) approved security plans.

According to a recent AP article, workers at Charlotte Douglas International Airport commonly search cars travelers leave with valet parking. The airport’s aviation director (Jack Christine) says any vehicle dropped off at the airport’s curbside is subject to being searched, and workers have been doing that for the past year-and-a-half.

Christine says if the no-notice searches find anything suspicious, law officers are called to take a look.

An article in Mother Jones‘ reported that a New York woman who valeted her car at Greater Rochester International Airport returned to find a notice on her car informing her that it had been searched without her consent.

The article goes on to say that not only does TSA approve searches of the trunks and interior of unattended cars in an undefined perimeter that’s considered
dangerously close to the airport—like a car left with valet parking—but if a valet attendant finds illegal drugs instead of bombs, they will call the police.

Similar searches without owner consent also appear to have been occuring at San Diego International Airport for the past two years.

Mother Jones reported that not all airports handle valet car searches the same way. Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, Nashville International and Logan Airport in Boston search the car while the driver is present. If the driver objects then they are directed to another parking location.

The justification for the violation from some legal experts seems to be that you’ve voluntarily turned the property over to someone else (the valet) or some obscure notices have been posted at the airport stating that cars are subject to search; however, other legal experts strongly argue against this interpretation.

I don’t know about you, but when I valet park I have a reasonable expectation that things stored in my dash, my trunk, etc. are off limits to a valet or anyone else unless they have my express permission to search or have a duly executed warrant.

Parking Attendant Plunges Down Elevator Shaft – This Can’t Happen with a Robotic Parking System

NBC New York reports that a Manhattan parking garage attendant plunged several floors down an elevator shaft in the Audi he was driving.

Car and driver plunges down an elevator shaft.

The attendant working at the Central Parking Garage fell from the fifth floor and landed between the first and second floor. He was able to climb out of the car before FDNY arrived on scene and was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

This sort of personal injury cannot happen with a Robotic Parking System. Electo-mechanical machinery moves the cars into and out of ground floor entry / exit terminals without human intervention. This is an added level of safety for both the public and parking attendants.