Serva Transport Systems GmbH

Visiting address

Gut Sossau 31

83355

Grabenstätt

Postal address

Gut Sossau 31

Grabenstätt , 83355

Germany

Contact

Tel +49 8661 98390 0

Fax +49 8661 98390 299

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Company information

"We park for you"

Serva's parking robot "Ray"

Serva Transport Systems GmbH revolutionizes parking. Automated parking systems of the future uses patented robotic technology to park cars making fast, easy, and secure.

It all started in an old boat shed in Bavaria, two young engineers and an architect – Rupert Koch, Cary Bellaflor, and Leopold Meirer - had an idea in 2010 to use a robot to make parking easier. Instead of parking the ever-increasing amount of cars in narrow, winding garages, a robotic type of forklift takes over the task. Under the motto, “We park for you!” serva transport system developed this special parking solution. The system makes parking a faster and more comfortable while using existing space more efficiently with easy installation.

In the Fall of 2012, the innovative development by the young company was proven for the first time in a pilot project. Only one-and-a-half years later, in April 2014, the automated parking system will be become a common feature at Düsseldorf International Airport. Further projects are already being planned such as an interim car storage facility for the automotive industry, a vintage car storage facility, and a facility for towed cars.

Company information

Headquarters location Gut Sossau 31
83355 Grabenstätt
Germany
Some facts
Founded in
2010
Founded by
  • Rupert Koch
  • Cary Bellaflor
  • Leopold Meirer
Company Size
22

Recent projects

Düsseldorf Airport, Germany
Automated Parking System 'RAYTM'

  • Number of RAYTM: 3
  • Number of transfer stations: 6
  • Number of parking stalls (increase): 249 (39%)

Solutions

  • Automated Car Parking System
  • Automated Parking
  • Automated Parking Lot
  • Automated Parking Solutions
  • Automated Parking System
  • Car Parking Equipment
  • Intelligent Parking System
  • Mechanical Car Parking System
  • Parking Control Systems
  • Parking Management Solutions
  • Parking Solutions
  • Parking System

Product information

Brochure

Airports Technology Report

Airports Technology Report

ProductParking Solution "Ray"

Founded in 2010 by two engineers, Serva has received numerous accolades for its development of “RAY” which can easily be implemented in new and existing parking structures. With this innovative, simple and efficient system, industry, airports, parking operators, car rental companies, and city planners have a novel solution for the transport and parking of vehicles.

“RAY” stores cars up to 60% more economically then a human driver thus can free up substantial parking space. Through its spacious transfer stations, “RAY” increases the convenience of passengers and drivers while basically eliminating damage risk. Assembly of “RAY” and its components is at Gut Sossau in Grabenstätt where the main investor, Meltl, a family owned investment firm, is based.

Business Area:

Automated Parking for:

  • Airports
  • Car Rentals
  • Parking Garages
  • Car – Sharing
  • Office and apartments
  • Classic Car Storage
  • Secure Parking
  • Special Solutions (Ex. Towed Car Storage)

Automated car transport, order picking, and storage for:

  • Auto Manufacturers
  • Finished Vehicle Logistics
  • Harbors

Automated Parking Solution Serva Transport Systems - Part 1: Save Space

Automated Parking Solution Serva Transport Systems - Part 2: Our Robot

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