Robots will Park your car where it seems impossible

Motorists as no one else know how difficult it is sometimes to find a free Parking place. Fortunately, at airports and major hotels doing special employees — they need only to give the keys and they Park the car. As you know, in the future a lot of work is done by robots, and Parking is no exception. The development of such a system the company does Stanley Robotics, which has already tested their robot attendants in France. In August 2019, the test will be held at London’s Gatwick airport.

Робот Stan для парковки автомобилей

To use the robot, you must start the car in a special garage and to specify the data through the terminal with a touch screen. Then you can safely go on the plane — one of for special mechs themselves will enter the garage and drive the car in a common Parking lot. When you arrive back, your car can be found in the same garage and to drive it home.

Stanley Robotics robots shaped like toasters, and their height is about the same as cars. To transport cars from the garage to the Parking lot, they carefully cover them for the tires and lift a few inches up. The robot can approach the vehicle at both the front and rear — it depends on how it will be easier to navigate between narrow rows of other cars.

Since the drivers do not need to approach the vehicles, the robots can position them as close as possible to each other, blocking the door. Because of this, the airport Parking lot fits 30% more vehicles — in the case of Gatwick, the Parking lot for 170 cars will fit 270. The company says that the vehicles will be delivered back to the garages on time so that the drivers will be notified well in advance of your return.

Робот Stan для парковки автомобилей

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