Robotic Parking Systems are viewed by insurance companies as lower hazard / less risk and therefore, may be considered for lower insurance rates.

In discussions with top insurance companies that provide coverage for parking facilities, it was found that insurance underwriters preferred parking garages over open lots as an insurable risk. Conventional garages and parking lots are generally considered moderate to high hazard by insurance companies.

These same underwriters reviewed the design and processes of the Robotic Parking System and were very favorable. In a detailed review by Best Underwriting Guide, the Robotic Parking System was assigned a low hazard risk in several categories.

Workers’ Compensation Moderate hazard due to exposure to traffic and crime. Higher hazard due to exposure to traffic, falls from elevators, crime. Lower hazard due to low traffic exposure, lower crime exposure.
Garage Keepers High hazard – thefts,
traffic, driver records.
hazard due to building security.
was a higher exposure due to ineffectiveness of the driverless elevator
now considered low risk due to technology.
General Liability Low hazard
due to open space, good visibility but subject to trip and fall in potholes,
Higher hazard
due to elevator. Security breaches, and assumption of liability as operator.
Low hazard
due to better security from no outside access.
Property / Inland Marine High hazard – damage
to vehicles left in open lot. Wind / hail / theft.
hazard due to protection from building. Theft still an issue.
Low hazard
due to limited access and protection of the building.      



Robotic Parking Systems are “green” products that conserve gas and diesel since cars are not wasting energy being driven up and down ramps in search of a parking space. This significantly reduces the emissions of harmful gases and ensures an environmentally clean parking facility.

Here is an estimate of emissions reduction and energy saved in a 1,442 space robotic parking garage:

  • An annual savings of 19,828 gallons of gasoline in the parking process
  • The quantity of toxic emissions eliminated are:
    • 2,885 lbs of Hydrocarbons (HC) per year
    • 1,486 lbs of Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) per year
    • 11.149 tons of Carbon Monoxide (CO) per year
    • 198 tons of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) per year

 The 765 space Robotic Parking System built for the Ibn Battuta Gate Complex in Dubai reduces CO2 emissions by more than 100 tons per year with comparable reductions in other pollutants and greenhouse gases. It additionally saves 9,000 gallons of gasoline per year thus contributing significantly to carbon footprint reductions.

 Robotic Parking Systems can reduce energy consumption and improve quality of life by positively affecting the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated.

Robotic Parking Systems Offer the Convenience of Premium Valet Service Without the Valet


Robotic Parking Entry / Exit Station
Robotic Parking Systems offer better care and safety for vehicles.


Cars in a Robotic Parking Systems garage can be stored above- or under- ground; however, users of the garage never leave the ground level. All entry and exit bays are located in a convenient central area which is easy to monitor and secure.

Multiple automatic sensors ensure that your car is properly positioned for parking, and that the area is clear of pedestrians before the car is moved.

Robotic Parking Entry Station
Robotic Parking Systems offer a greater level of convenience.


Even if there is only one space available, there is no need for you to drive up and down ramps and throughout the garage to find a parking space. You just drive into the entry bay, get out and lock your car. Then, take your parking card from the kiosk and walk away.

Robotic Parking Systems does the parking for you. You never have to walk around a parking deck, go up and down stairs or wait for an elevator.

The Robotic Parking System swiftly delivers the car to an exit bay in less than 3 minutes.


Imagine never having to remember where you parked or search through levels and rows of cars.

When you’re ready to pick up your car from the automated parking garage, just enter the well-lighted and secure lobby and put your parking card into a kiosk. Large screens display the ground floor exit bay where your car can be retrieved. The Robotic Parking System delivers your car facing forward for easy exit. You can get into your car and drive away in less time than it would take for you to walk to your car and navigate through the ramps of a conventional garage.

Easy exit from the Robotic Parking Systems garage.
Retrieve your car from the exit bay. It is not necessary to wander around inside the garage to retrieve your car.


Robotic Parking Systems offer the convenience of premium valet parking without the worries of someone else driving your car. Additionally, since no one is allowed access to the inside of the garage, your car and its contents are 100% secure from theft and vandalism.

Gaming Skills Are Not Needed with a Robotic Parking System

Who knew that car parking games would become one of the latest gaming crazes?

You may be wondering what exactly are parking games. Not everyone has heard of them as many of the parking games are a very new genre.

Parking games date back to the classic slow paced puzzle games where you move blocks, or vehicles, around until you get them in the targeted position – or the parking spot. This older, or more original, type of game didn’t catch on like the latest craze of these new games.

Today’s games play on the old style, but are quite a bit different. Many times you will find yourself racing against the clock trying to get parked as quickly as you can. Obstacles will be in the way, such as moving traffic, pedestrians, or just other cars you have to maneuver around. These games include car parking, boat parking, truck parking games, and more.

Check out for a wide selection of free parking games.

Neither sophisticated parking nor gaming skills are necessary if you use a Robotic Parking System. There’s no time clock or obstacles in your way. With automated parking, you simply drive into an entry bay and let the machines take your car away to be parked. When you’re ready to leave, the car is delivered back to a exit bay ready for you to drive away. Not as exciting as a parking game, but safe, convenient and easy to use.

Convention Center Complex Saves Over 90,000 Square Feet of Land by Using Robotic Parking Systems

Recently, developers of a proposed convention center complex asked Robotic Parking Systems to design an automated parking structure for their project. These types of parking facilities are known to help architects and developers maximize their site development by parking twice as many cars in half the area.

We were able to offer two options for 1200 parking spaces that could save between 59,000 and over 90,000 square feet of land area.

Convention Center Option 1 saves the project 59,202 square feet of land area and gives the developer the option of adding an entire additional building. The developer gains approximately 25,833 square feet of GFA per floor of the additional building. Click Robotic Parking Option 1 to see full size image.

Robotic Parking saves space
Robotic Parking Systems Option 1 saves over 59,000 square feet.

Convention Center Option 2 saves even more space. The project gains 91,463 square feet of land area space for two additional buildings. This gives the developer approximately 41,132 square feet of GFA per floor of the additional buildings. Click Robotic Parking Option 2 to see full size image.

Robotic Parking Saves Space
Robotic Parking Systems Option 2 saves over 90,000 square feet.

As you can see from these numbers, Robotic Parking Systems creates space for design, develolpment and the community.

Robotic Parking Systems Offer Increased Security

Every day there are multiple news stories about accidents, theft and violence in conventional parking garages and parking lots. People are hit by cars or drive off parking decks. Others are mugged, raped, knifed or shot. Vehicles are vandalised and stolen. If you really look at this environment, you see that rows of parked cars or columns in conventional garages offer numerous hiding places for those who intend harm.

There are many ways that parking designers and garage owners work to increase security for individuals. These range from layout to lighting to patrols. One of the ways to greatly enhance security for both the individual and their car is by using a Robotic Parking System design.  

Robotic Parking reduces injury
Robotic parking reduces injury.

There is no need for individuals to walk to and from their car through rows of cars or levels of parking decks. With an automated parking structure, the individual drives into an entry station and leaves their car to be picked up by computerized machinery. When they leave, they return to a well-lighted lobby where their car is quickly delivered to a ground floor exit station. This increases safety and reduces risk of injury. 

Robotic parking reduces damage and dents.
Robotic parking reduces damage and dents.

Parking in a conventional lot or garage almost always results in dings and dents in a car. Space is often tight to squeeze in more parking spaces. There’s always someone who can’t park straight. And, distracted people smash their door into the sides of vehicles, etc. In a Robotic Parking System,  no one touches the car after it’s placed on the parking pallet. In fact, the robotic parking garage itself contains only machinery and vehicles – no humans allowed. This reduces damage and dents to the vehicle.

Robotic Parking reduces theft and vandalism.
Robotic Parking reduces theft and vandalism.

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

Urban Parking Garage Full of Art

Peckham in South London is reported to be a place of choice for up-and-coming artists who are setting up studios and gallery spaces in local disused factories and warehouses.

The Hannah Barry Gallery, housed in an old cricket bat factory also hosts an annual sculpture exhibition set up in a multistory parking lot. The current exhibit, featuring a selection of 14 young sculptors from various backgrounds and countries, covers over 64,500 square feet, stretching over the four top floors of the urban parking garage as well as the rooftop.

The building (Level 7-10, Peckham Rye Multistory Car Park) was in disuse and locked up, but Ms. Barry and her associates convinced the borough of Southwark (which encloses Peckham) to lend it to them.

Because of both its size and appearance, the space is a challenge for both the gallery and artists and allows young artists to re-evaluate the size of their works. A practical advantage of such a space is that it allows many more visitors than a classical gallery format would: on the day of the recent opening, 2,500 art enthusiasts were in attendance; last year, a total of 30,000 visited the summer-long show.