Why Boomerang?

Many of the companies offering automated parking in the U.S. are merely sales agencies representing overseas manufacturers resulting in long lead times and limited ability to be responsive to specific customer needs.  Moreover, they have few assets at stake and thus provide no security that they won't just fold up shop in the event of a dispute.  Our customers tell us they have seen the following benefits in working directly with Boomrang as a U.S.-based supplier:

  • Buying from Boomerang puts Americans to work.
  • English is the primary language of our engineering and support personnel and all product documentation was originally written in English - not translated from a foreign tongue.
  • Our products were designed specifically to handle American cars - including SUV’s, big or small - and our systems were designed using U.S. standards (not metric).
  • We have control over our mechanical designs and the mission critical software required to operate our system.
  • It is easier for developers, architects, engineers and general contractors to work with a single American team for design, engineering, fabrication, testing, project management, installation, remote monitoring, maintenance and support.
  • Boomerang has a strong American work ethic and does not shut down for long holidays as many overseas suppliers do.


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About Boomerang Systems

Boomerang Systems, Inc. is the U.S.-based designer of the patented RoboticValet, manufactured in Fort Pierce, Florida. Where other suppliers simply copy and iterate, Boomerang innovates.

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The RoboticValet has changed the development game by unlocking valuable air rights previously consumed by parking, and in some cases by making it feasible to develop sites previously thought to be unprofitable due to space required for parking.  

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