Robotic Parking Systems Featured on MSN Cars

Robotic Parking Systems was featured in the artlce “The world’s strangest car parks” by MSN Cars contributor JD Van Zyl.

Van Zyl wrote “Drive up to the car park linked to Dubai’s impressive Ibn Battuta Gate and you could be forgiven for thinking it nothing more than a single garage. But behind its unpretentious facade hides the world’s largest robot car park – capable of storing 765 vehicles and dealing with a staggering 250 cars an hour.”

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