The challenge here is to see whether all benefits can be included in this white space. Realistic expectations suggest perhaps not. Affirmative behavior suggests turning the ignition key starting now. A robotic parking system helps property owners to reduce their available space whilst still increasing density. While doors no longer need to be opened to park cars and while space is saved, vertical car height is being reduced as well.
Footprints are being eliminated in more ways than one. Think reducing the carbon footprint and you also see the spinoff effects that allowing robots to park your clients’ cars brings. Design specifics have to do with eliminating footprints for ramps and improving turnovers. Streamlined processes are set in motion through linearity. As always, the owner of the property benefits. But his customers benefit too. Real estate management and cost effectiveness is improved through increasing valuable revenue generating space.
Developmental costs are reduced. So too are operational costs which include utilities, insurance and staff costs. Putting the foot on the accelerator, a process called ‘accelerating depreciation’ is set in motion. This is something every property owner should, by now understand and appreciate. Space is saved while potential profits are maximized. Further savings are achieved through reduced excavation requirements and construction materials.
The construction schedule is also reduced. And the parking footprint reduced realizes similar parking capacity enjoyed prior to construction, if not, more. Real estate value can shoot through the roof. Operators also benefit. Their energy cost savings are encouraged through the use of robots to park clients’ cars. Hassle free maintenance and repair costs, if any, replace maintenance and repair issues that would have resulted as a result of manual and time consuming labor.