Real Estate Development.

Decreased parking volume, less land required, and higher capacity means a lot to any real estate development when it comes to parking. All these factors combined allows for a development with more space leased or sold and a higher potential for return-on-investment.

When we combine these basic elements with the flexibility of our systems, we can provide solutions that are compelling to any real estate developer and their architecture and engineering consultants.

The flexibility of our systems lets architects create better designs and plans by offering more options in the placement of parking, location of our valet stations, and how vehicles impact the planning of a project. Parking can be remotely sited with our system shuttling vehicles to valet stations at different points in a project.

Our solution can be implemented in urban as well as suburban sites where parking is always an issue to deal with. Our system can offer the right solutions to any given problem whether the project is an office, residential, hotel, shopping, or mixed-use development.

Infrastructure.

There is an opportunity to challenge the nature of public parking. An automated system can provide a refreshing change to the dark and dirty environments often visualized when one speaks of a parking structure.

By utilizing our automated system, users never have to encounter these environments. Instead they will be greeted by a clean and inviting environment where they and their vehicle are well taken care of. Our goal is to design systems that provide the best environment for its users as well as contribute to the urban experience rather than become a blight on it.

The engineering of our system from the start centered on providing great services to the user whether it is via a safe and reliable FTF or the user friendly interfaces that make parking a quick and convenient process. Parking is done is large, flat, well-lit open stations. Our system has safety systems which insure the secure handling of vehicles. Our parking terminals are touch interfaces with quick interaction. We have a mobile app that lets users manage their vehicles, schedule a specific pick-up time, and even locate where their vehicle is parked if they happen to lose their way.

Like the solutions we have for other industries, our public parking solution offers flexible, dense, and efficient parking that can be placed in almost any urban environment. These benefits can be offered to shopping areas, transit oriented development, city centers, and any other environment where public parking is required to support and increase economic and social vitality in an area.



Finished Vehicle Logistics.

Our system is ideal for automating Logistics Facilities and Terminals for the automotive industry. It is highly scalable and can accommodate thousands of vehicles in one structure with high flexibility. In an industry where capacity and efficiency is always being sought, we can provide the solution that maximizes new facilities. Since our robots independent of tracks and rails, upgrades of existing structures can be accomplished to increase capacity and efficiency in a simple manner.

Unlike other automated systems, our structures can be monolithically planned with our robots able to serve any point within the system. Dozens of robots work together simultaneously to serve the demanding input and output required by auto logistics companies. We can customize our system layout to serve the logistical processes of each company and their clients' preferences.

Manufacturing.

Automobile manufacturers can benefit from our system by implementing our AGV to manage finished vehicle logistics. Instead of relying on labor to manage and drive vehicles in post-manufacturing processes, a manufacturer can implement our FTF and save on labor cost, shift team members to higher value tasks, and increase capacity of on site storage areas.

Our system can take finished vehicles off the line and into storage areas in preparation for distribution via truck and rail. Because the FTF is managed via logistical software, the vehicles can be arranged via shipment date, time, and location automatically. Any changes or shifts in distribution can occur overnight where our system can re-arrange shipments independent of human interaction.

With our system, we can increase density of vehicles in existing and new vehicle storage facilities. For manufacturers, this can mean better utilization of land and vertical structures in dense urban manufacturing sites in Munich, Ingolstatt, Wolfsburg, or Stuttgart.

Because our FTF is automatically scalable, we can accommodate changes in vehicle sizes as automotive trends evolve. Our storage grid is not fixed and can implement a change with an redesign of the storage plan and a software upgrade. A site can go from mainly A-segment vehicles to C-segment vehicles without major changes.