Manufacturing and Installing a Robotic Parking System – Part 10 – Installing Machinery On Site

Once the steel structure is in place additional Robotic Parking Systems machinery can be installed within the automated garage.  Using independent machines moving the cars vertically, horizontally and into and out of the racks in the shelving system, this 765 space garage can handle 250 cars per hour with up to 32 cars in motion simultaneously at any time. The throughput (PT, Peak Traffic) can be faster than conventional garages and provides a very satisfying user experience.

Independent Carrier Modules that move the vehicles horizontally along a row are installed in each level of the Robotic Parking System. Lower Carrier Modules (LCM) are installed on the bottom level and include turntables to rotate the car 180 degrees for easy exit from the facility.

Robotic Parking System - Lower Carrier Module

Robotic Parking System - Lower Carrier Module

Robotic Parking System - Lower Carrier Module

Upper Carrier Modules (UCM) are installed on the upper levels to move the cars horizontally (X, Y directions) along a row of the racking system.

Robotic Parking Systems - Upper Carrier Modules

Robotic Parking Systems - Upper Carrier Modules

Robotic Parking Systems - Upper Carrier Modules

Robotic Parking Systems - Upper Carrier Modules

Additional machinery is installed in the Robotic Parking System.

Robotic Parking Systems Machines

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