Automated Parking System

• MPSystem parking facilities automatically park, store and retrieve vehicles more efficiently, more quickly and more securely than conventional garages.

• MPSystem has no need for ramps, passenger elevators or stairs.

• MPSystem focus on personal safety through complete surveillance of transfer rooms.

MPSystem has developed six principle techniques for the delivery of a parked automobile into a designated parking space.

Metro Trolley

• The Metro Trolley technique is ideal for parking facilities with ample land and / for building foot print.
• The vehicle lift delivers each automobile vertically with the use of a trolley on each floor to complete its parking process horizontally.
• Both concrete and steel structures can be used.

Metro Trans

• The Metro Trans technique is ideal for parking facilities with large capacities and extensive areas.
• A characteristic of the Metro Trans technique is the simultaneous horizontal and vertical movement.
• Both concrete and steel structures can be used.

Metro Tower

• The Metro Tower Technique is ideal for parking facilities with a relatively compact land area but with extensive structure height allowances.
• The parking process of the Metro Tower technique consists of the simultaneous vertical and horizontal movement, similar to the Metro Trans technique, with its significant advantage of high elevation.
• The approximate capacity of a high elevation structure is limited to vertical movements of 20 floors or more.

Metro CL

• The Metro CL technique is ideal for parking facilities with relatively compact land area but with extensive structural height allowances.
• Fast vertical movement allows for tower type structure with extensive height allowances.
• Both concrete and steel structure can be used.

Metro Cylinder

• The Metro Cylinder technique is typically limited to vertical movements of 12 floors.
• The technique consists of a simultaneous circular and vertical movement.
• The approximate capacity of a high elevation structure refers to vertical movements of 12 floors or more.
• Both concrete and steel structures can be used.

Tower Elevator

• The Tower Elevator technique is an individual tower technique that is ideal for parking facilities with small land areas.
• The technique is ideal for 20-50 spaces, 2-4 spaces per floor and 10-30 floors.
• The technique is mainly used with steel structures.