Everyone who lives in a city is used to the shortage of parking spaces on the streets, near homes and offices. This shortage has become one of the primary influences on people’s choice on places to live and do business.
The key measure of parking lot efficiency is its maximum capacity, which is why multi-level parking solutions have been becoming increasingly popular.
Relying on the best world practices, we suggest solving the parking shortage problem by building automated rotary parking systems. Such systems allow for the most efficient utilizing of available parking space, and their wide adoption will greatly help to preserve free space in zones of mass development.
A semi-automatic rotary parking system takes up the area of roughly two parking spaces and provides the parking for 6—12 vehicles. Vertical design and rotation ensure easy access and fast vehicle retrieval. Also, the system can be easily disassembled and moved to another place.
Rotary parking system works in a continuous loop, like a Ferris wheel. Vehicles are stored on special platforms set on transporter chains. The vehicles are loaded and unloaded in the lowest position of the platforms.
Rotary parking system can be assembled without a foundation. They are controlled either manually from the control panel, or by means of a logic controller, which allows to assign parking spaces to specific users.
Vehicles drive up on the platforms forward from the front, and it is possible to provide unloading either forward or backwards, depending on the parking system configuration. Parking system design also includes the mounting hardware for the platform enclosure, as well as the means for manual unloading of vehicles in case of control system failure.
Requirements for the foundation of the automated parking system are specific for each location.
Rotary parking system can operate under temperatures from −40 to +50 °С.
The manufacturing plant complies with quality management standard ISO 9001-2011.
Manufacturing times for rotary parking systems start from 30 days.