Architectural and Engineering Pioneer
No more driving around in circles looking for a parking space or walking across interminable parking lots to your office or store. In the garages Monetverdi envisioned, you could leave your car in a bay, let the garage’s robots park it, and have them bring it back to you in the bay when you are done.
Today Monteverdi’s Robotic Parking System Inc. has built more automatic parking spaces than anyone else operating in America or Europe.
When is Robotic Parking not Robotic Parking?
In the 1990s automated parking was still largely just a discussion about possibilities. While there were some old “mechanical garages” in New York and New Jersey, to most people in the parking industry, a robotic garage was one where the entry and exit gates went up and down automatically. The concept of a software system running a garage was still futuristic. This was the environment in 1994, when Royce Monteverdi coined the term “robotic parking”… more