Unitronics Systems Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Unitronics, a leading global provider of industrial automation products, automated warehouses and automated parking solutions, announced it has executed an agreement to provide a 326 space Automated Vehicle Storage and Retrieval System (“AVSRS”), slated for completion in 2017, at 320 Adolphus Avenue, a ground-up development, in Cliffside Park, N.J.
“Our automated parking system allows architects and developers to preserve more room for retail or rentable space, while also making the development more attractive overall,” said Yair Goldberg, CEO of Unitronics “In this particular case, adding an automated parking system instead of a conventional parking garage allowed the design team to work with the location – perched on the edge of a cliff – to incorporate more of the natural space around the building to increase aesthetics and add character.”
Unitronics’ automated parking systems provide architects and developers the ability to construct more efficient and eco-conscious buildings and parking facilities. Automated parking designs can provide double or even triple the number of spaces that a conventional garage can accommodate while freeing up valuable rentable space, enabling high-density parking and eliminating the need for ramps. The state-of-the-art, high-density system maximizes parking spaces while minimizing environmental impact, using an array of horizontal and vertical conveyance devices and software designed to enable automated and efficient storage and retrieval of cars.
The announcement follows the recent completion of a 373-space garage at a 12-story, 212-unit residential mixed-use ground-up development at 1415 Park Avenue, Hoboken, N.J. At 1415 Park, Unitronics was able to condense a 10-story conventional parking garage into four stories, allowing for more rentable and community space. To view a video of the automated parking system, click here.
Unitronics calls upon decades of experience in the automated solutions industry, bringing an industrial, compact and cost-efficient approach to automobile parking.
Established in 1989, Unitronics specializes in the development of automated parking solutions, automated storage and logistics systems, and PLCs for industrial automation. Unitronics’ solutions are designed to create an enhanced interaction between people and machines, utilizing user-friendly visual interfaces, as well as, enabling remote management employing the latest technologies. Unitronics’ international distribution network includes 140 distributors and sales offices worldwide.