General Terms Relating to Car Parking System

Shuttle Parking System

The shuttle features a pallet exchanger, commonly known as a conveyor belt, which facilitates the movement of vehicles between the shuttle and the assigned parking space during parking or retrieval operations. These shuttle systems vary in size, ranging from single-level to multi-level configurations, and can accommodate larger parking capacities. It is important to note that this parking system is specifically suitable for basement and outdoor parking arrangements.

Puzzle Parking System

Puzzle Parking is a semi-automated system that incorporates combination pallets to facilitate horizontal and vertical movement of parking spaces, resembling a puzzle-like arrangement for parking and retrieving vehicles. In this system, a vehicle enters the parking bay located on the ground floor and is transferred to an elevated level using a Car Pickup Pallet. A lift carries the vehicle to the desired floor for parking.

Rotary Parking System

The rotary parking system is purpose-built to maximise car storage within the horizontal space equivalent to two standard parking spots. This innovative structure can accommodate six cars, effectively utilising the space typically occupied by just two vehicles.

In this parking system, vehicles initially enter the parking bay on the ground floor. Subsequently, all the cars rotate clockwise, ensuring an empty parking bay becomes accessible on the ground floor. This rotation mechanism facilitates efficient utilisation of the available space while providing convenient access to parked cars.

Stacker Parking System

The stacker parking system employs a specialised moving device called a "stacker" to park and retrieve vehicles. The system incorporates a robotic mechanism that efficiently pulls and pushes vehicles to and from the lift or designated parking bay.
The stacker parking system significantly reduces the time required for car entry and retrieval processes by enabling simultaneous movement in both vertical and horizontal directions.

Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV) Parking SystemAutomated Guided Vehicle (AGV) Parking System

The AGV Parking System is ideal for installation within an enclosed parking vault, utilising multiple levels positioned above, on, and below the ground to optimise parking efficiency. AGVs can traverse both lengthwise and sideways along predetermined paths and possess the capability to rotate in place. Vehicles are parked on platforms within transfer cabins, which are then collected by AGVs. The AGVs manoeuvre beneath the vehicle platforms, lift and transport them from the transfer cabins to their designated locations within the system.

Rail-Guided Parking System

The Rail Guided Parking System or Rail Guided Car works in quite a similar manner to that of an Automated Guided Vehicle. However, the working of the RGC is simpler than AGV. The driver parks the vehicle on the pallets within the parking module. Then RGC collects them from the parking module driving beneath the vehicle pallet. It then lifts it to move it out of the parking module into the system. RGCs can work in confined spaces easily as they can move sideways, forward and backward.

Crane Parking System

Crane Parking Systems works on multi-level systems and uses a separate lift to transfer vehicles. It utilises a single mechanism to perform horizontal and vertical movements simultaneously. It has a vertically placed elevator platform where vehicles to be parked or retrieved are placed.

Tower Parking System

The tower parking system includes a vehicle elevator. There is a parking space on either side of the elevator shaft. The same format is repeated over multiple levels. A central unit moves vertically in this system to park and retrieve the cars. The system has a rotary mechanism that can rotate the shaft 180 degrees to drive the vehicle forward. The greatest advantage of this system is that one can build it inside an existing building, and it won't cause vibration or noise.

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