Off to BAU with the master of parking systems
16-21 January 2017 – Munich
Now presenting the fully automatic MasterVario parking system
Say hello to the master of parking systems. The premium manufacturer KLAUS Multiparking presented a four-storey MasterVario R2C fully automatic parking system at BAU 2017 in Munich – a “master” among parking systems. At the completely new exhibition stand measuring 230 m2 in Hall C3, we gave a live demonstration on how innovative and space-saving parking works. The MasterVario is a real space-saver: the parking system doesn’t require any ramps or access lanes. That means there is more room for extra parking spaces. Aside from presenting its fully automatic parking systems in Munich, KLAUS Multiparking also provided information about its semi-automatic systems and the Parker product range, which has now been expanded to include the new MultiBase 2078i.
Clever parking solutions
“The market for clever parking solutions is booming like never before. Among designers and architects, there’s a real trend towards fully automatic, space saving parking systems, like our MasterVario. Since 2014, we’ve implemented or are soon to hand over six MasterVario projects in Munich alone. It’s therefore extremely fitting that we also made MasterVario the theme of the trade fair in Munich,” explains Michael Groneberg, Managing Director of KLAUS Multiparking GmbH. In the Bavarian state capital, locations for fully automatic parking systems from KLAUS Multiparking include locations near Marienplatz and Viktualienmarkt, the Isartor and even on Museum Island, among others.
As a tower system, the MasterVario R2C exhibit displayed at BAU has space for a total of eight vehicles on three levels and offers maximum convenience for the user: a transfer compartment with a vehicle turntable is installed on the access level. This ensures that users do not have to reverse when leaving the parking system. Instead, they can immediately drive forwards once again in line with the low of traffic. “This saves time and is less stressful,” says Sales Manager Thomas Baumgärtel. Cars drive in or out of the fully automatic parking system within a maximum of three minutes. The biggest advantage is that the MasterVario from KLAUS Multiparking makes optimum use of the available space, since it doesn‘t require any ramps or access lanes. The innovative fully automatic parking systems from KLAUS Multiparking are available as tower, shelf and layer systems, and can also be used as a lift/shuttle system, or even as a smart system with a plot width of less than three metres.
Makes room even when none is available
“Parking space is becoming ever more scarce particularly in cities and conurbations while the cost for free plots of land are correspondingly expensive. Innovative parking solutions that make optimum use of the available space are in demand here, so that lots of vehicles can be accommodated even in a conined area. Every centimetre that can be used as additional parking space is a real bonus,” says Groneberg. With its intelligent parking solutions, KLAUS Multiparking – one of the world‘s leading suppliers of vehicle parking systems – even creates space for parked cars where there actually isn‘t any. In addition to the MasterVario R2C and the innovative Multibase 2078i, we will also be providing information about our other fully and semi-automatic parking systems and Parker range at BAU 2017. For the irst time in Hall C3, Booth 139
The premium manufacturer is presenting its products in Hall C3 (Booth 139) for the irst time, and has completely redesigned its exhibition stand for the occasion. “Measuring over 230 m2, our new exhibition stand is easily twice the size of our previous stands at BAU. And the expansion was absolutely necessary. Because based on the growing demand for innovative parking systems, we‘re also anticipating a huge rush for our stand,” says the Managing Director of KLAUS Multiparking GmbH. For KLAUS Multiparking, the focus at BAU 2017 will be on high-quality, expert advice and the close collaboration with architects, designers and project managers.