Robotic Parking Gains in the U.S.
The vast majority of parking garages are of the “old fashioned” drive-in, park-it-yourself, drive-out variety. But robotic parking systems are gaining a foothold.
It’s easy to see why. Apartment owners, residents and their visitors simply drive their vehicles onto a parking pad or tray, turn them off and exit. The robots take over from there. No muss, no fuss.
In a simplified explanation of how the technical wizardry works at the point, the pad moves the car to an elevator, which drops down (or, in some cases, rises) to a floor where space is available. Then the pad moves out of the lift and glides along to an empty or designated space, where it deposits its load.
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