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Robots will take care of parking 23.03.2019

Stanley Robotics will launch a large-scale test service at one of the French airports. The service involves the operation of several self-driving robots that will automatically park the cars of airport customers.

The service will be launched at Lyon-Saint-Exupéry International Airport, located near Lyon, France, in the coming weeks, according to VINCI Airports. The system works like this: customers park their cars in a special hangar; the cars are scanned and then one of the robots (called Stan) "takes" the car and parks it in a suitable place.

According to Stanley Robotics, its system manages to use the parking space much more efficiently than humans. This is partly due to the fact that self-driving robots park cars more accurately, but also due to the fact that the system keeps track of when customers return from a trip (relatively speaking, knowing that the owners of a particular car will not return soon, the robot can "close" it with a number of other cars; by the time the customers return, the robot will release the desired car).

The system will not work for the entire airport parking space - only for one of the six sections. The section, where four Stan robots will work (which, according to the developers, will be able to service up to 200 cars a day), includes 500 parking spaces.

The company has already tested its system at Düsseldorf Airport and at Paris-Charles de Gaulle International Airport, and plans to test the system at Gatwick Airport in London this year.

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