Manufacturing and Installing a Robotic Parking System – Part 1

While a necessity, parking is not the highest and best use for land on any project. However, with Robotic Parking Systems’ high-speed automated parking garages, architects and developers can use 50% of the land area for the same amount of parking.

Minimizing the impact of parking creates more space for design and development that can be used for additional revenue, green space, common areas for the community or other uses that benefit the project as a whole. Not only can Robotic Parking Systems park the same number of cars in half the space as compared to conventional garages, but these car parks offer more security, less emissions and greater convenience for users.

Every Robotic Parking System starts with a custom design. Robotic Parking Systems works closely with architects and developers around the world to design automated parking garages that maximize site development. The design of the parking facility considers the dimensions of the buildable area including height above and/or below grade, any building or property restrictions, the number of parking spaces needed, the expected peak traffic per hour and numerous other factors.

The result –  creative parking solutions that fit within the available space in any project.

Follow us on this multi-part series as we take you through the process of manufacturing and installing a Robotic Parking System.

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