Finding an exotic supercar in South Florida is as common an occurrence as finding snow in the Northeast during the winter time.

But supposing that it’s hurricane season and most of the rich and famous taking residence in the area are of somewhere trapped under a pile of their own money, their exotic rides – and other pretty expensive valuables - become all-too vulnerable from Mother Nature’s unforgiving fury.

Never fret, though, because RoboVault is here to the rescue.

You might be wondering by now who – or what – on Earth RoboVault is? Well, it’s a state-of-the-art “storage” building located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida that was built for the sole purpose of protecting your valuables from any and all disasters – natural or man-made.

That includes Cat 5 hurricanes, 200 mph cyclones, tornadoes, and the can’t-be-avoided pilfering that seems to be rampant everywhere you go.

RoboVault not only offers safe deposit boxes, in addition to storage containers for large items such as furniture, wine collections, and vehicles, but it also has an extremely secure retrieval process where owners are required to undergo a series of security procedures, including finger print scanning, access cards and security codes before their valuables are delivered straight to them.

Just to give you a clearer picture of a unique service of RoboVault, check out this video where a man undergoes the whole procedure to take his BMW out of his ‘vault’, which, you’ll notice will be done by an automated crane.

Pretty cool, huh?

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Source: Moto Bullet

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5 comments:

  (367) posted on 08.18.2010

This could also be great to have for a shelter when your in a calamity

  (666) posted on 03.24.2010

That was a great innovation in parking not only. It will increase the space but also it will keep your car from harm.

  (939) posted on 02.25.2010

That definitely is the ultimate way to store your car. I mean it beats the heck out of having to wake up with a car covered with 6 inches of snow or a car that is flooded by water or a car with windows and lights broken by flying debris.

  (1333) posted on 02.1.2010

this is a good answer to the increasing number of cars all over the world, but IMO it would take time to get your vehicle deliver to you, I’ve already seen one on Japan, but it’s way different from the US, japan are using rotational sequence.

  (808) posted on 12.20.2009

I agree that it’s cool concept to have "vault" parking. It will be useful for the benefit people who have luxurious and exotic cars for security purposes. Well at first, I think that it’s kinda weird to have this kind of "robovault" but after reading the article, I realized it may help to lessen the carnapping case in America.

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