Meet the RAY™ parking robot


The robot determines its position 10 times per second to +/- 4 mm accuracy.

200,000 measurement points are evaluated by  lasers to detect the contour of a car. It takes 0.002 seconds for an information to be distributed in the network of RAY.

750,000 options exist for RAY to navigate on the parking area between 650 orientation points.

The robot communicates an average of 6,000 times with the master control per storage to bring the loaded car safely to his spot.

It checks 100 times per second if its driving route is free.

Robot Performance

  •  Maximum speed: 3 m/s nominal
  • Acceleration/deceleration: about 0.4 m/s²
  • Emergency stop deceleration in dry lane: 1.2 m/s
  • Battery voltage: 48 V (charging voltage up to 54 V) Lithium-ion battery
  • Maximum Load capacity of the robot: 3 tons
  • Weight of the robot: 2.5 tonnes gross
  • Vehicle weight (robots and cars): max. 5.5 tons

Transportable Car

  • Maximum total weight: 3 tons
  • Axles: 2 axles with 2 wheels
  • Maximum car height: max. headroom minus 20 cm
  • Maximum car width (Incl. mirror): 2.2 m
  • Maximum car length: 5.3 m (e.g. Audi A8 L)
  • Minimum car length: 2.5 m (e.g. Smart fortwo)
  • Minimum wheelbase: 1.8 m (e.g. Smart fortwo)
  • Ground clearance: 0.12 m