Advantages of APS (Automated Parking System)

Advantages of APS

All APS (Automated Parking System) take advantage of a common concept to decrease the area of parking spaces – removing the driver and passengers from the car before it is parked. With either fully automated or semi-automated APS, the car is driven up to an entry point to the APS and the driver and passengers exit the car. The car is then moved automatically or semi-automatically (with some attendant action required) to its parking space.

A key factor in parking garage development is always building size. Compared to conventional parking facilities, Automated Parking Systems require an area approximately 70% smaller and a 50% smaller volume on average to park an equivalent number of cars. This gives the parking garage developer lots more options such as adding more parking spaces, utilizing more area for non-parking purposes or green spaces, etc.

Feasibility & Profitability

Car parking and parking garage development often have a direct effect on the feasibility of a real estate project. The design flexibility of Automated Parking Systems can help in terms of both feasibility and profitability by enabling parking to be located in areas where conventional parking won’t fit. The possible locations for APS are virtually unlimited: above ground, underground, freestanding, underneath or integrated into existing buildings and even very narrow or irregularly shaped areas.

Eco-Friendliness & Sustainability

Automated Parking Systems can reduce CO2 emissions by 85% or more by eliminating the need for cars to drive and idle while searching for parking spaces. For parking garage development, APS typically require fewer building materials, a much smaller excavation volume, shorter construction time and reduced construction disruption. For the ultimate in sustainability, Automated Parking Systems are most often the least expensive option for underground parking garages.

Inherent Safety & Security

The safety and security of cars, drivers, and pedestrians are always a priority for parking garage development projects. Compared to conventional parking garages, Automated Parking Systems are inherently much safer and more secure because they remove driving and pedestrians from the parking area. No driving means no car damage or zero possibility of stolen cars. With the elimination of ramps, driving lanes, pedestrians and the reduction in ceiling heights, the APS requires substantially less structural material than the multi-story parking garage. This contributes to an overall volume reduction and further space savings for the APS.

About Get My Parking 

Get My Parking is an award-winning provider of Interoperable Digital Parking Platform that integrates any parking equipment and connects it to mobile and cloud for a standardized seamless experience. It enables parking operators and owners to leapfrog to a customized white-label solution with their existing equipment. It essentially plays the role of connecting all parking and mobility stakeholders on common platform who were until now operating in silos. It has presence in over 4 countries and processes over 2 million transactions per month. It was awarded ‘Amazon AWS Mobility Startup of the Year (emerging) 2017’ in Travel category.

Get My Parking was conceived with a view to affordably digitize the global parking industry. With a dream run of achievements and appreciation by Prime Ministers of India and UK both, it is also working with several city governments to provide smarter parking for smart cities. Its strong foundation of team, technology, and partnerships with leading system integrators and parking equipment manufacturers enables it to provide a single seamless platform for all stakeholders involved like operators, consumers, equipment manufacturers, and city administrations. The company aims to create future-proof parking technology and connect parking industry internally as well as with urban mobility players.

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