Universal parking system
The UP parking system creates parking spaces in an economical way. Examples are commercial buildings, office buildings and buildings accessible to the public. On multiple levels, cars are lined up side by side and behind each other, making the most of a small space.
The parking spaces in the self-supporting steel construction or concrete construction are accessed by a specially designed pick-up and pick-up unit that runs the entire length of the parking system and has an integral lifting unit that makes it possible to reach all levels. The system raises and lowers as it moves longitudinally. The combination of movements in one unit saves a lot of space and enables fast access times.
In the UP system, the parking spaces are located to the right and left of the recovery and collection unit. Up to two vehicles can park one behind the other on each side. In the longitudinal direction, there is almost no limit to the number of vehicles. If there are more than 100 places and/or the building is higher than 20 m, a second pick-up and return unit is recommended. For greater efficiency and speed, the transfer space of the UP parking system should be placed as close as possible to the center of the longitudinal structure. This minimizes transport distances.
Our software distinguishes between long-term and short-term parking and sorts the vehicles accordingly. When a vehicle needs to be picked up, this quick coupler system provides instant access to a car, even if it is coupled to another. The control system reacts at peak times and thus prevents long waiting times.
For added convenience, a rotating platform in the transfer area or on the storage and retrieval unit is available as an option; in addition to making the fully automatic parking system even safer, it simplifies operation. The turntable always delivers cars in the direction of travel. Users can drive in and out without manoeuvring. The turntable also creates more planning space for architects by making it easier to adapt the entrance area to the building.
Laser and infrared sensors ensure maximum safety for people and cars. For example, the system scans every car before it is parked to make sure no one else is in it. It also continuously ensures the minimum required distance between each car and the parking garage. Regardless of size, no vehicle will make contact.