Working with us

Working with Us

We analyse your data and business case, and size the project, depending on how many cars are moved in your compound every day. By then, we know how many robots, handover zones, chargers we will need, and we can provide you with a pricing evaluation.

We go on-site to assess the specificities of the site, and create a digital image of the compound. Just like architects, we create a 3D map of your compound, taking into account dimensions, traffic flows, and constraints (steps, walls, pillars). We define spaces for stocks and handover.

Co-deployment workshop. We work closely with operational teams to model the new traffic flows and co-construct the new setup. We decide together where to set up the control tower and physical infrastructure.

Software integration workshop. We integrate and deploy our software with the IT team, and make sure it connects smoothly to your IT systems.

Deployment roadmap. Once everything is ready, we draw a deployment roadmap, detailing each step to deploy the new system on site.

Pilot phase. Before we integrate the system, we can test it with a Proof of concept: our robots start moving and parking cars on a test space. It’s a great way to assess the integration of the software and operational tools.

We robotise the site step by step, according to plan. Gradually, we deploy the hardware and integrate the software on your compound. Each integration phase comes with training and support for the teams on site.

Our robots are ready to make any standard car in your compound behave as if it were electric, connected, and autonomous.

Support. When the site is ready, your technicians will know how to manage the robot fleet. We’re keeping in touch to ensure maintenance and support.

Data collection. We gather metrics to evaluate and improve our robots’ performance according to your needs, and constantly improve quality of service.

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Stanley Robotics is a deep tech company that combines hardware and software to provide solutions for outdoor logistics.

The technology lies in a robot lifting and moving cars autonomously and in an intelligent storage management software. Robotics has transformed indoor logistics (e.g., in warehouses), resulting in a spectacular increase of productivity.

Stanley Robotics’ ambition is to bring this transformation to outdoor logistics with their proprietary technologies.

Founded in 2015, the SME is headquartered in Paris, France, and is also behind the world’s first outdoor robotic valet parking service.