Clearwater, Florida 2 July 2021.
Robotic Parking Systems is pleased to announce the promotion of Ramanathan (“Ram”) Ramasubbu to the additional position of Chief Development Officer. He has been very successful in the position of Chief Operating Officer since March, 2017. He was a key contributor in the sales, design, engineering, manufacturing, quality control and delivery of 225+ machines with 2314 spaces in Kuwait. This facility holds the Guinness World Record for “Largest Automated Parking Facility.”
With his expertise in the production of Robotic Parking System garages, Ramasubbu’ s experience adds value in technical sales.
Mr. Ramasubbu holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering and is currently pursuing his MBA degree. He has worked for Robotic Parking Systems for over twenty years. In his prior positions, Ramasubbu gained experience in all phases of the production and operation of Robotic Parking Systems’ automated parking garages. He was involved in the design and build of Ibn Battuta Gate (765 spaces) and Emirates Financial Towers (1191 spaces) parking facilities in Dubai, the former Guinness World Record for the Largest Automated Parking Garage. Ramasubbu also led the team implementing the processes and procedures required to pass the rigorous audit for the company to be ISO 9001:2015 certified for the design and installation of Robotic Parking Systems.
In his new additional role as Chief Development Officer, Ramasubbu assumes responsibility for the sales department including setting up technical presentations, client meetings, custom application engineering, and project feasibility studies. In this role, Ram provides the information needed for the client decision making process.
Ram’s past achievements and wealth of experience are invaluable to the growth and continued success of the company.
Ramasubbu has played a vital role in Robotic Parking Systems. The company welcomes and supports Ramasubbu as he reaches new heights with this additional role/position.
About Robotic Parking Systems, Inc.
Founded in 1994, US-based Robotic Parking Systems Inc. pioneered the development of the high-capacity, scalable automated parking garage. A robotic parking system reduces the space needed for cars by 50% and creates more space for design and development. The speed and efficiency of its patented technology creates, for the first time, opportunities for projects requiring several hundred to several thousand parking spaces to profit from the space-saving, environmental and safety benefits of automated parking. For additional information visit www.roboticparking.com.
Mary Lou DeWynGaert
Chief Administrative Officer Robotic Parking Systems 12812 60th St. N.
Clearwater, FL 33760
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