Video: Stanley Robotics parking system launched at Lyon Airport

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Developed in partnership with Aéroports de Lyon, Stanley Robotics has completed the full deployment of its autonomous robotic valet system in the P5+ outdoor parking lot at Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, France.

The setup includes four autonomous robots and 12 cabins for vehicle drop-off and collection. As the vehicles are deposited within a few centimeters of one another, the innovative system will enable more than 500 vehicles to be parked in P5+, a potential space saving of up to 50%.

Lyon Airport began trialling the autonomous parking system last year before deciding to scale up operations and now making the service available to the public.

To read more about the autonomous parking system, click here.

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