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Mercedes-Benz Automated Valet Parking

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Parking by yourself is so yesterday – this is the promise of a joint pilot project of Mercedes-Benz and Bosch in Stuttgart. In close cooperation with one another, the two companies have developed an innovative parking service: the so-called "Automated Valet Parking". And this is how the automated parking service works: Having arrived at a parking garage, you leave your vehicle in a "Drop-off Area". One click in a corresponding smartphone app and the car moves off without any further human intervention into the parking garage and maneuvers into a free space. And it's exactly the same the other way around. Shortly before you want to leave, you order the vehicle via the app. Detected by the intelligent system of the parking garage, the car starts and drives autonomously to a "Pick-up Area". Simply get in and drive off – even parking the car in narrow parking garages in particular loses its fear factor.

Added on the 30/05/2018 14:15:31 - Copyright : Auto Moto EN

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