Ackruti City (ACL), leading real estate developer, has introduced India`s first multi level underground robotic car park system at two of their commercial building projects, Ackruti Star and Ackruti Solaris at Andheri (E) in Mumbai, at a combined car park space for over 1100 cars.
Ackruti Star is a commercial building having a multi-level underground robotic car park system, covering an area of 1.5 lac sq feet, having parking space for over 350 cars.
Parking or retrieval of the vehicle is quick and hassle free and take less than a minute to do so; vis-a-vis other car parking facilities where it could take anywhere between three to five minutes to park or retrieve the vehicle.
The second project at Ackruti Solaris is also a multi-level underground robotic car park system covering an area of 5 lac sq. feet, having parking space for over 750 cars. The first phase of this project with one third capacity will be completed by March 2011, second phase by December 2011 and final completion by March 2012.
Car owners have a security swipe card that ensures absolute security from car thefts. The entire system is backed by two sub stations to ensure 100 per cent power backup.
Both the projects are located at Mumbai`s suburban prime commercial business district of Andheri (E), and will be fully automated with no human interference.
Talking about the state-of-the art robotic car park system, Hemant Shah, chairman, Ackruti City said, “We are constantly striving at innovating and enhancing customer satisfaction in all our projects. Ackruti Star and Ackruti Solaris underground robotic car park system is an extension of this belief. With the launch of both these projects, we hope to provide some solace to the parking woes of people visiting the area. We plan to install such innovative systems in our forthcoming projects across the country as well.“
Being pioneers in robotic car park systems in the country, in the year 2007, Ackruti City inaugurated Ackruti Sky Park, a first of its kind multi storey robotic car park system, housed in a glass 20 storied structure building at Breach Candy in South Mumbai, accommodating up to 240 cars.