Supervisors allowed daily use at the Mercedes-Benz Museum parking lot in Stuttgart.
The authority has recently been authorized by Damler and Bosch to operate a fully automatic parking system. The technology called automatic Valet parking, therefore, can be used as a testing facility in the Stott-Benz Museum in Germany.
Only in the museum so far.
Automatic parking service is called through the app on the user's smartphone and it's enough, no driver control is required. It is the world's first publicly licensed and fully automated parking service that operates daily and requires no supervision.
Automatic Valet Parking System Display:
The driver is sufficient to enter, stop, and activate the stop by the application. While the driver may already resolve with other issues, the vehicle will automatically exit to the designated parking spot. It can return to its original location if desired.
The entire technology is based on the cooperation of the modern parking lot of Bosch and Mercedes Benz vehicles. Bosch sensors monitor traffic along the corridor and provide information to the vehicle control system. If sensors find a barrier, they immediately stop the vehicle.
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Vehicles use vehicle lights to indicate that it is operating in an automated system.
Source: Daimler AG
Many years of trying.
The joint project of the two issues began in May. It was launched in 2015 when the public first became acquainted with the technology. The premium followed a tough test phase, and the year ended. As of 2018, candidates can try the system on their own, but under the supervision of trained staff.
All findings from the project investigation are said to be taken into account when granting the license. Vehicles in the parking lot use traffic lights to notify passersby: The vehicle is being driven by an automated system.