Architects and Developers Use 50% Less Space for Parking

Architects and developers regularly have to compromise design or reduce revenue generating space to accommodate required parking. Sometimes, the large amount of land area required for parking makes the entire project nonviable.

Robotic Parking Systems can reduce the land area used for parking by 50% as compared to traditional ramp style parking. And, our high-speed automated parking garage can park from hundreds to thousands of cars.

The modular Robotic Parking Systems can be built above ground, underground, inside a building, on top of a building or under a building. The fa├žade is completely flexible, can be built of any material and can be designed to blend in with neighboring buildings with a look that is contemporary, historic, traditional, etc.

For more information, take a look at some of our videos below. Note that these videos are from external sources and are not staged footage from the company.

If you have any difficulty viewing the videos from the links below, you can view them directly at our YouTube Channel - Automated Parking.

AME Info's Phil Blizzard reports on the opening of the 765 space Robotic Parking System...

...a key complementary feature of the mixed-use Ibn Battuta Gate Complex in Dubai, UAE. Watch Video

Emirates News reports on the opening of the Robotic Parking System in Dubai, UAE.

Robotic Parking Systems garage reduces the space needed for parking by up to 50%. Watch Video

Robotic Parking Systems is like a symphony in motion.

The high-speed efficiency of the Robotic Parking System and fast retrieval times ensure rapid throughput (the number of cars in and out per hour) and a satisfying user experience. Watch Video

This news video from the UK explains the need for automated parking...

...and includes footage on a Robotic Parking Systems facility beginning at 0:45. Statistics have shown that as much as 50% of traffic in urban areas is due to people driving around looking for a convenient and available parking space. Watch Video

GNTV reports on a Robotic Parking System garage.

Architects and developers use less space for parking and gain more space for green areas or other design features that can benefit the project and the community. Watch Video

A Robotic Parking Systems automated garage creates space and reduces pollution.

Construction Week Online sneaks a look inside the garage with an on board video camera. Watch Video

This is an animation of Robotic Parking Systems' model RPS 100 automated parking garage.

This model is the ideal solution for small sites with a high demand for parking. This automatic parking structure uses only 50% of the land area typically required by a conventional ramp-style parking garage. Watch Video

The Robotic Parking System is a key feature of the Ibn Battuta Gate Project.

This mixed use project features business and leisure facilites - ranging from robotic parking to the soon to be opened Movenpick Hotel. Andrew Chambers, MD, Asteco Property Management talks to Phil Blizzard of AME Info about the new Ibn Battuta Gate development located on the outskirts of 'new' Dubai. The Robotic Parking System is shown beginning at 0:33. Watch Video

Jeanne Moos from CNN takes a look at the Robotic Parking System built in New Jersey.

One patron expresses her satisfaction with the facility by stating "I'll go without food before I go without this garage." Watch Video

Robotic Parking Systems' Enhanced Design

Robotic Parking Systems, unlike other automated parking garages, has an enhanced, patented design where all three movements are separated and handled by individual intelligent components. Observe the speed and multiple simultaneous motions. The Robotic Parking Systems is unsurpassed in the industry worldwide! Watch Video


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