Robotic Valet Parking Systems in Condominiums

When planning a condominium project, developers try to maximize the usage of the condominium property. Since parking takes up so much space, robotic valet parking systems have been developed so that the number of parking spaces in a garage can be increased by reducing garage ramps, driving aisles and pedestrian stairwells and elevators, and by reducing the size of each parking space.  Read the article………….


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