Robotic Parking Garage Hits New York

By: Hobbyist - Published: Feb 8, 2007 • References: engadget
A humanoid robot valet won't be stepping into your car to drive it.

Rather, the garage itself does the parking. The driver stops the car on a pallet and gets out. The pallet is then lowered into the innards of the garage, and transported to a vacant parking space by a computer-controlled contraption similar to an elevator that also runs sideways.

There is no human supervision, but an attendant will be on hand to accept cash and explain the system to baffled humans. Stats for Robotic Parking Garage Hits New York Trending: Older & Mild
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