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Sep 4, 2009
I, car park — The National (UAE)
Type: Press
Author(s): Bradley Hope
Source: The National (UAE)
The future of vehicle storage comes to Ibn Battuta. The future of parking can be found hidden in an unassuming new development next to Ibn Battuta Mall. The only clue that you are crossing into science-fiction territory is a hastily put-together sign taped to a light pole that reads “ROBOTIC PARKING GARAGE” with an arrow pointing to the right. The notion of a robotic garage might evoke images of android valet drivers who politely decline your tip when they return your ...
May 6, 2007
Parking garage exec shakes his past — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Scott Barancik
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
The man hired to build the world's largest automated-parking garage is a 6-foot-4 engineer with the Renaissance-sounding name of Royce Savoy Monteverdi. Construction on the 1, 200-car garage is under way in oil-rich Dubai, a rapidly emerging international finance center best known as Michael Jackson's latest playground. In an e-mail exchange from the Persian Gulf city, Monteverdi said the huge project and three others there have freed him to ponder a new career in the more rarefied world of architecture. You ...
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