Hospital Facility Planning
Space Shouldn’t Be a Problem

Robotic Parking – Do More with Less

Hospital facility planning must take into consideration the existing footprint while developing expansion plans. More space for parking means less space for healthcare. Robotic parking requires 50% less space for the same number of vehicles. Additionally, robotic parking is safer, more convenient, and with new technology, provides a completely touchless solution for patients and employees.

First in the US – Biggest in the World

We built the first automated parking system in New Jersey, which became operational in 2002. In addition to building the first in the US, Robotic Parking has built the largest in the world. The Robotic Parking System at Al Jahra is the Largest Automated Parking Facility in the world with 2,314 parking spaces.

The Real Cost of Parking

When planning a project’s parking needs and the needs of the healthcare facility it serves, you must consider many important factors. These include land available, existing structures, safety and security, access, revenue control systems, and much more. Forward-thinking developers have found they can minimize the impact of the parking on a project and increase ROI by using automated parking over concrete ramp garages.

Touchless Parking Technology

Thanks to recent developments in technology, Robotic Parking Systems, Inc. can offer touchless parking technology. This technology allows parking patrons to secure and retrieve their car without the use of a keypad. Parking patrons have the option to pay using a wireless fob or their own cell phone. No touching of public surfaces involved.