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Kayleigh Ashton

Miami, FL, United States

Member since December 17, 2012

  • At the mention of robotics one will hardly make the connection between finding a space to park your car and a robot. But in truth, robotic parking systems are now doing just that. Eliminating many cumbersome problems encountered worldwide by a multitude of road users.

    Subsequently here briefly is a look into these systems and how it works as well as the evident benefits that form part of this pioneering system. Access levels are on from the street, individuals simply have to drive into the station. Locking the automobile and removing the tag from the booth. Copious amounts of automatic sensors check that the car is correctly positioned and cleared or any people, before the vehicle is moved.

    Then the program activates and starts coordinating movements, turning the boot 180deg, to have the car stored bonnet forward. Lifts then automatically raise or lower a level and it is then shifted across into the pre-allocated spot. When returning to collection of an individual vehicle, the person merely has to insert the tag to have it automatically returned to the lobby area for easy collection.

    With this system, age old parking problems are absolved as unlike conventional lots, spaces are usually small and cramped resulting in vehicles being bumped or scraped. The convenience of never having to remember where a person parked or riding around in a garage looking for an available space will have most any one giving the thumbs up. Furthermore the risk or vandalism or theft occurring whi...

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  • Industrial Design
  • Environmental Design
  • Communication Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Audio/Visual Design