Skip to Content

Category Archives: News

Auto Parkit Racing

 

Auto Parkit Racing Team placed third in the Nascar Whelen Truck Series.

Racing Photo

0 0 Continue Reading →

DRIVERLESS PARKING TAKES CHARGE IN VAN NUYS BUILDING

The future of driverless parking in Los Angeles was unveiled Thursday at a high-end Van Nuys apartment complex. The region’s first fully automated parking system lets drivers pull their car in to a bay, jump out and let the machines take over..

0 3 Continue Reading →

A PARKING REVOLUTION IS COMING TO THE URBAN JUNGLE

Today, municipalities are focusing on smart urban in-fill and redevelopment projects, so builders must look for new ways to provide sufficient parking. The challenges of developing urban environments are numerous and often idiosyncratic, but adequate parking is always an issue. The limitations inherent in traditional parking structures often result in extremely inefficient parking with excessively high construction costs and little or no return on investment.

0 0 Continue Reading →

Giving Parked Cars a Lift

The residents of a Van Nuys apartment complex are getting a taste of the future – Jetsons style.

0 0 Continue Reading →

THE SAVANNAHS LUXURY APARTMENTS AND API GRAND OPENING

Imagine a future free of parking hassles. AutoParkiT (www.AutoParkiT.com) has built the first fully automated parking structure in Los Angeles in an upscale apartment community. It’s the first-ever system of its kind in Southern California that promises to revolutionize parking.

0 0 Continue Reading →

Hate Valet? Not to Worry; Help Is at Hand

But imagine a different world, one free of such proletarian strivers. You pull into your high-end condo building, drive your car onto a steel pallet and shut off the engine. The glass door of the oversized elevator closes and you and your car are whisked upward at 650 feet per minute.

0 0 Continue Reading →

ROBOTIC CAR VALET

Automated parking is not new and semi-automated mechanical parking has been used in Asia and parts of Europe for more than a decade. But most systems require a concrete structure for their equipment and a full-time operator, which adds to construction and operational costs.

0 0 Continue Reading →