Thailand’s first vertical ‘robot parking’ system opened this month in Bangkok.
The machine next to Sam Yan MRT station can hold 16 cars which it lifts to different levels after the driver has pulled onto the metal cage and left the vehicle.
Operators of the Ferris wheel structure claim that the whole parking process can be completed in under 90 seconds.
The cost is 15 baht for two hours if the driver uses the MRT otherwise it’s 50 baht an hour.
If successful others will be built at other stations around the city.
Pattaya 27 Years Ago. What It Looks Like Now
Giving a helping hand… hopefully, he gets a few treats for his good work.
Delivery Man Carries 40 Trays Of Eggs On The Back Of His Scooter
This talented Chonburi delivery man can carry 40 trays of eggs on the back of his scooter… cracking, eh?