Technology is changing the way that we do a lot of things, including how we park our vehicles. Even the upgrade from attendant-monitored garages to automated payment systems has changed parking for the better. It’s more efficient for the drivers of the vehicles and it cuts down on the payroll for the company providing the parking, making it a win-win for everyone. But did you know that you can design a fully automated parking garage?
More than just the entry and exit, automated parking solutions are designed to park vehicles for people, which makes it easier and more efficient. Plus, you can park more vehicles in the same amount of space because you don’t have to have room for people to drive and maneuver. The robotic system simply takes the car once it is parked in the correct area, puts it in a storage space, and then returns for the next vehicle.
When people return to the lot to collect their vehicle, they can use an app to recall their car from its parking space. Once it arrives, they can get in and take off, never having to worry about trying to track down the car after a long day of work, sightseeing, shopping, or anything else. This saves a lot of hassle and is an amenity that is getting a lot of attention.
Shopping centers and malls, apartment buildings and condo communities, and plenty of other commercial spaces can benefit from an automated parking lot, whether it’s installed on the surface or below ground. They can be built to spec, which means they can house as many vehicles as you need, and you can even customize the storage and retrieval options, along with other features. Check out automated parking systems for your next upgrade.