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  • Robots will park your car in Germany
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Robots will park your car in Germany

Catching a plane can be stressful, and 67% of people agree that saving time is the most important factor in the airport experience. In turn, the Dusseldorf airport in Germany is introducing a service where people will be able to save time by letting a robot park their car for them.

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