For understandable reasons, many people still fear the rise of autonomous solutions to everyday life and work. Inasmuch as the fears are mostly unqualified and even ignorant, these concerns need to be treated sensitively. We can at least recognize that many of these folks are fast learners. They have taken the trouble to find out what is meant by ‘autonomous’. But some of their fears of robotic institutions taking over their livelihoods remain in the realms of science fiction.
It is some of the world’s great entrepreneurs that have pushed the science forward and brought it to reality. Folks must start appreciating that autonomous solutions are intentionally designed to make their everyday lives better and their work lives more productive and smarter. Whether going to work in the morning or off to the mall in the evening, one of the biggest frustrations of everyday life remains that of finding a decent place to park.
And in keeping with finding solutions to everyday problems by utilizing autonomous technologies and processes, parking automation enters the building, and never leaves it. It brings with it a number of benefits, with the obvious one of concern to most people being that of finding a decent place to park. It has its benefits for business owners and building managers as well. Space utilization is better managed while costs are saved.
The benefit is exponential in the sense that it is passed on to the building owner’s tenants. With more parking space available, owing to it being better manager, more foot traffic results. And more foot traffic means more business. And when business is good, revenue streams are improved upon. Autonomous parking solutions pose no threats or frustrations. They are never late, in fact, they are always there.