Robotic Parking Systems Handle Airport Parking Problems – Part 1

Airport parking is a major source of complaint by travelers throughout the world.

A BBC report highlighted some of these issues when it investigated an airport parking company who stated on its website that customer’s cars are held securely and receive round the clock security. The report found that this was not true.

Trusting airport parking companies

The investigation found that customer’s cars were parked out in the open on industrial estates near the airport. Staff were also filmed breaking speed limits and nosing around in the cars.

One company director involved held his hands up and admitted that the problems needed rectifying and thanked the BBC for bringing them to his attention. Most of the directors featured on the series ran a mile when the film crew have turned up.

Covered for damages

Let’s say the parking company crashed your car. Would you be covered as part of your insurance? Customers had to sign that they understood that the company was not responsible for any damages to the car.

Robotic Parking Systems solves these problems

Architects, parking designers, developers and owners can greatly increase parking security for both the individual and the cars by using a Robotic Parking System.

An automated parking system allows developers and owners to park twice as many cars in the same amount of space as a conventional garage.

With a Robotic Parking System, the driver pulls into a terminal located next to the street and leaves the car to be picked up by computerized machinery. The car is safe and protected on its own pallet, and never touched by machines or humans.

In a Robotic Parking System, in fully automated mode, no one touches the car after it’s placed on the parking pallet. In fact, the automated parking facility itself contains only machinery and vehicles – no humans allowed.

Robotic Parking Systems eliminate theft and vandalism. Vehicles are stored in a fully enclosed building and are 100% secure from access by others.

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