Robotic Parking Systems Featured at the 3rd Middle East Parking Symposium

One Year Anniversary of the Operation of the Ibn Battuta Gate Complex Automated Parking Garage

Robotic Parking Systems was featured at the 3rd Middle East Parking Symposium held in Abu Dhabi, UAE on October 10th through the 12th 2010. The company showcased a presentation on the one year anniversary of the operation of the first Middle East automated parking garage. Royce Monteverdi, founder of Robotic Parking Systems (RPS), and Constantin Haag, COO of RPS and Secretary of the Automated and Mechanical Parking Association (AMPA) participated in the round table discussion “The Future of Automated Parking Systems in the Middle East.”

The robotic parking system which opened at the Ibn Battuta Gate Complex in August 2009 was the first automated, multi-story garage in the Middle East. Designed and engineered by US-based Robotic Parking Systems, the garage provides high-speed automated parking for 765 cars to the mixed-use property development that includes 40,000 square meters of office space as well as residential apartments and a five star hotel.

Robotic Parking Systems Inc.’s super high capacity parking technology enables developers and architects to park hundreds up to several thousand cars in half the area of conventional concrete and create more space for design, development and community enhancements. The system also provides substantial environmental benefits that helps developers earn up to 17 LEED points as well as lower carbon footprint.

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