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Beijing set to roll out automatic parking garage[1]- [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2016-4-7 09:24:43 |Display all floors
A pilot project designed to stack cars vertically on multiple levels of parking is waiting for green light before being put into use in Tongzhou district, southeastern Beijing, April 5, 2016. The plan, developed by a private engineering enterprise in Beijing, utilizes a mechanical system to transport cars to and from parking spaces in a way that eliminates the space wasted in a multi-story parking ...

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Post time 2016-4-7 09:24:44 |Display all floors
China's logistics industry is still not innovative enough even with a mass demand. Cars, heavy vehicles (buses, trucks and lorries etc.), trains, aeroplanes (including spaceships) and ships (including submersibles), the manufacture of these should churn out good Chinese quality marques. The infrastructure designs like highways, railroads, warehouses, hotels, carparks, airports, harbors, yards etc. should be creative and flexible for enlargement or compression to facilitate exportation. More creative use of the logistics industry should be made such as for research, tourism, medical (especially rescue works, mobile hospitals/library/stationery outlets) and education.

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Post time 2016-4-8 09:34:13 |Display all floors
This is the right idea utilizing airspace effectively. The cladding is very innovative and beautiful yet simple, making the car park looking like a nice building.

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Post time 2016-4-8 09:43:16 |Display all floors
Nothing new, Shanghai has had these for years.

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