Valeo Park4U® is the world's first automated parking assistance system. Our solutions make parking easier, more comfortable and safer.
What is automated parking and how does it work?
The automated parking assist system helps drivers park their vehicle. This safety technology is designed to identify a suitable parking space and automatically park your car in it, thanks to ultrasonic sensors installed on the vehicle.
Valeo was the first-to-market with an ultrasonic sensor solution for parking assistance in 1991. Park4U® Remote was launched in 2016. This solution can perform both perpendicular and parallel parking and even enter and exit garages autonomously and safely, all with the tap of your finger on your smartphone. Our technology can park your vehicle in just a few seconds thanks to ultrasonic sensors that scan the sides of the road to detect a suitable parking space.
Valeo’s automated parking system detects and measures available spaces
Using inexpensive ultrasonic sensors, the system detects and measures available spaces on the side of the road. Once a suitable parking space is identified, the driver is notified. The driver can then relax while the system takes control of the steering, accelerator and brakes to autonomously park the car. The driver can, of course, override the system at any time.
From entry to fully automated parking systems
Today, Valeo is the worldwide market leader in parking assistance and parking automation.
With more than 30 years of experience and a mindset of continuous innovation, Valeo offers today a full range of solutions, from entry-level parking assistance systems to fully automated parking systems.
Park4U® Remote can park your car with you standing nearby and controlling the maneuver with your Smartphone.
The Park4U® Home system enables vehicles to park in automated mode in private driveways.
Connected Automated Valet Parking enables drivers to leave their car at the parking lot entrance.
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