Hitting the Gas - Parking Professional Magazine

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Efforts to prevent vehicle-into-building crashes gain traction across the U.S.

By Mark Wright

Imagine: The future has arrived. Driverless vehicles flow seamlessly and safely through streets and parking lots, guided flawlessly around corners and into resting places nestled safely next to the doors and windows of shopping-center retailers and convenience stores, child care centers, and campus buildings, thanks to interconnected systems of sensors that reliably exert inch-by-inch control over the vehicles’ movements and speed. Flowers bloom. Birds chirp. All is right in the parking world.