Gerhard Haag and Robotic Parking

Gerhard Haag and Robotic Parking

Gerhard Haag and Robotic Parking In 1994 Gerhard Haag founded Robotic Parking Inc in the US. The basic idea of a new concept in warehousing was formed together with another German fellow engineer Heiner Schween. In the following years Mr. Monteverdi continued to develop this basic idea into a functioning revolutionary automatic parking system which is called today “Lift and Run System” in the industry. By 1997 a prototype was erected in the Midwest which was tested for 2 years and the respective intelligent software developed. By the end of this phase the system components were perfected and could be demonstrated and sold. The first fully automatic parking system in the United States was awarded to Robotic Parking in 1999. The garage was taken into operation by September of 2002 and has served the resident patrons since. Since that time the concept of Robotic Parking has spread around the world, with Gerhard Haag spearheading new inroads for this revolutionary industry. See...
Robotic Parking and Green Cities

Robotic Parking and Green Cities

Robotic Parking Systems and Green Sustainable Cities With green building, sustainable development and LEED certification becoming a growing focus of architecture and city planning, new construction projects increasingly must be environmentally friendly. Until we are all using mass transit, automobiles, and the places where we park them, will continue to be a large part of any city’s “ecosystem.” Gerhard Haag’s Robotic Parking Systems reduce the impact of cars on that ecosystem by: using 50% less space to park the same number of cars as a conventional garage, reducing the traffic congestion and accompanying pollution of people driving around and around looking for a safe, convenient place to park, and reducing pollution inside the garage by using electromechanical automated parking machinery to move cars into parking spaces. No cars run inside the garage, and the system eliminates driving up and down ramps and through aisles in search of a space. Robotic Parking Systems’ patented technology enables parking hundreds and even several thousand cars to be parked in half the space of a conventional garage, significantly increase green space. Research shows that over 50% of the traffic in typical downtowns are people driving and looking for vacant, convenient parking spaces. Robotic parking reduces the traffic congestion of drivers in search of a parking space, and the needless pollution created. By drastically reducing driving as a part of the process we each do, sometimes more than once a day, Robotic Parking Systems is significantly reducing the emissions of harmful gases, reducing the carbon footprint of our cars, and ensuring an environmentally clean parking...
Corporate Social Responsibility in UAE

Corporate Social Responsibility in UAE

Corporate Social Responsibility in UAE In the United Arab Emirates, the Robotic initiative for the creation of a sustainable environment was selected by the international panel of judges as First Runner Up for the “small” category in the Arabia CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)...
Robotic Parking Systems in World’s Luxury Guide

Robotic Parking Systems in World’s Luxury Guide

Robotic Parking Systems in World’s Luxury Guide World’s Luxury Guide Magazine lists Robotic Parking Systems parking garage in Dubai among “a few architectural works of art that prove that even parking can be luxurious…” “The Robotic Car Park in the Ibn Battuta Mall (the world’s largest theme park/shopping center/recreational facilty) offers space for 765 vehicles and can rearrange 250 of them within an hour – an automatic parkomat in New York can’t even claim a tenth of this capacity.” read...
Video: CNN on Robotic Parking Systems in New Jersey

Video: CNN on Robotic Parking Systems in New Jersey

CNN on Robotic Parking Systems in New Jersey Jeanne Moos from CNN takes a look at the Gerhard Haag’s Robotic Parking System built in New Jersey. One patron expresses her satisfaction with the facility by stating “I’ll go without food before I go without this...