The Robotic Parking Systems patented technology, developed by Royce Monteverdi, enables parking from hundreds up to several thousand cars in half the area of a conventional ramp-style garage.
This creates more space for design, development and community enhancements. Architects and developers can use less space for parking and incorporate more green space, retail space, residential or office space or combinations of these.
The high-speed efficiency of the Robotic Parking System and fast retrieval times ensure rapid throughput (the number of cars in and out per hour) and a satisfying user experience.
As an example, Robotic Parking Systems opened the first high-speed automated parking garage in the Middle East, in the Ibn Battuta Gate Complex in Dubai (pictured), providing parking for 765 cars to a mixed-use development that includes office space, residential apartments and a five star hotel.