Smart Parking for Buildings


The Smart Parking System

  • Small footprint actual floor area of 33sqm per tower parking 16 Cars or 12 SUV
  • Simple Foundation
  • Smaller Work Area faster project development
  • Quick Installation 5-7 Days
  • No Dead Space
  • Minimal Lighting required
  • Long work life plus 20 years
  • Can be built in series
  • Moderately low maintenance cost

Underground or On-site
Parking at Grade

  • On small sites, very few cars can be installed underground
  • Large spaces required an actual floor area of 560sqm for 16 cars
  • (35sqm / parking bays Including ramps and driveway)
  • Deeper and costly foundation
  • Entire floor must be completed before upper floors can start
  • Dead spaces - ramps and drive way
  • Requires many lights
  • Low maintenance costs

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Smart Parking Australia can build and design high capacity secure parking on site, saving you money, and giving you extra space for more apartments.

Economics of Rotary Parking for Commercial Buildings

The Rotary Parking concept that was born in the United States and implemented by Westinghouse is making a comeback to a luxury housing complex built for a slender site in Hackensack, NJ.

The robotic rotary towers designed for both cars and SUV, each tower having a capacity for 12 vehicles; using 14 separate towers enclosed in a single building planned to go up behind a renovated former Bank of America building.

The developers can fit 168 cars or SUVs in a third of the space of a normal parking garage and at a savings of $US1 million. Without this technology, the developers said they could not have met the parking requirements for the 135 apartments and businesses they need to create to make the mixed-use development profitable.

In the event of an equipment breakdown, the system has incorporated a manual override to lower cars to the ground.

Space required
168 vehicles at 35sqm including parking and driveways equal 5880sqm at grade
Using Towers 14 x 12 provides parking space for 168 vehicles, space required 14 x 78sqm = 1092sqm (includes entrance and exit lanes)
Information from Colliers International White Paper 2015, The Evolution of Car Parking.