Robotic Parking Systems Promotes Rajeev Aswal to Chief Technology Officer

Clearwater, Florida 27 June 2022 —- Robotic Parking Systems is pleased to announce the promotion of Rajeev Aswal to the position of Chief Technology Officer.

Mr. Rajeev holds a B.Tech degree in Instrumentation and Electronics Engineering and has worked for the company for eight years. In his prior positions as Automation Manager, Rajeev rapidly gained experience in all phases of the robotic controls, electrical design, software design, and operation of Robotic Parking Systems in automated parking garages. He was involved in the Electrical, Control, and Software design-build of the 765-space and 1200-space (Former Guinness World Record for the Largest Automated Parking Garage) parking facilities in Dubai as well as instrumental in the design, installation, commissioning, and start-up of the 2350-space facility for Al Jahra Court in Kuwait which is the current holder of the Guinness World Record for the Largest Automated Parking Facility.

Rajeev implemented changes in software codes that makes the parking robot work faster and more efficiently which led the company to win TUV certificate for Highest Throughput Automated Garage in the World.

He is the key team member for the company to achieve 2021 U.S. Commercial Service Export Achievement Award.

He also lead the team in implementing the processes and procedures required to pass the rigorous audit for the company’s electrical panel shop to be UL508A Certified.

In his new role as Chief Technology Officer, Rajeev assumes responsibility for design, engineering, manufacturing, software development, installation, commissioning, testing, operations and quality control of the company’s acclaimed high-capacity automatic parking garages. His past achievements and the wealth of experience gained are invaluable to the growth and continued success of the company.

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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

Media contact

Mary Lou DeWynGaert

Chief Administrative Officer

Robotic Parking Systems

12812 60th St. N.

Clearwater, FL 33760

Tel: 727-539-7275

E-mail: mld@roboticparking.com / Web: www.roboticparking.com

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