Robotic Parking Systems for the Rest of Us

The Miami Herald recently reported that the $560 million Porsche Design Tower condo planned for Sunny Isle Beach, Florida will have a very unique feature – residents will be able to see their cars from their living rooms.

The 57-story luxury tower will contain 132 units with prices ranging up to $9 million dollars. Smaller units will be allocated two parking spaces and larger ones will have four, with 284 robotic parking spaces in total.

The project is reported to be the world’s first condominium complex with elevators that will take residents directly to their units while they are sitting in their cars.

“You don’t have to leave your car until you are in front of your apartment,” said Juergen Gessler, CEO of Porsche Design Group.

While we don’t deliver your car to the front door of your condo, Robotic Parking Systems offers urban parking facilities many of the same benefits.

Users drive up to the automated parking garage and into a convenient parking terminal. Once they get out and lock their car, Robotic Parking Systems does the rest. The car is picked up by the computerized machinery and lifts that will safely place it inside the building on a shelving system.

The automated parking systems provides:
– Greater security for people and their vehicles. Drastically reduces risk of personal injury. Access to the parking facility is limited to street level terminals. Virtually eliminates dings, dents, theft and vandalism to vehicles.
– Robotic Parking also reduces CO2 emissions and other pollutants and greenhouse gases.
– Users of the facility get the convenience of premium valet parking without the worries of someone else driving the car. Since no one has access to the inside of the facility, the car and its contents are 100% secure from theft and vandalism.

So for the rest of us … check out Robotic Parking Systems.

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