Up to a third of the cars clogging the roads in a given downtown area are people looking for parking.
French startup Stanley Robotics just raised $4 million (€3.6 million) from Elaia, Bpifrance and Idinvest. The company is building giant robots that pick up your car at the entrance of a parking lot and park it.
If you drive your car to the airport, you know how expensive it can be to leave your car at the airport for a week.
An artificial-intelligence lawyer chatbot has successfully contested 160,000 parking tickets across London and New York for free, showing that chatbots can actually be useful. Dubbed as “the world’s first robot lawyer” by its 19-year-old creator, London-born second-year Stanford University student Joshua Browder, DoNotPay helps users contest parking tickets in an easy to use chat-like interface. […]
The dreaded act of parallel parking could soon become a thing of the past with Chinese inventors backing their new parking robot to take away the stress for anxious drivers.
The laser-guided ‘Geta’ robot slides under your vehicle to pick it up. It then finds a parking space in the lot by transmitting signals to a computer containing a map and places the car in the tightest of spots.