Digital car park.

Connected. Smoothly. Mobile. The digital car park from Huber Parking.


Parking as one step in a seamless mobility journey.

Not just thinking about tomorrow’s mobility but doing it – Huber Parking uses intelligent technologies and digital tools to design, build and operate the car park of the future. We always work with the latest BIM (Building Information Modeling) software for design and construction, ensuring transparent, efficient working methods and accurate results. In operation, our multi-storey car parks are equipped with the latest technology – from barrier-free entry and exit, intelligent lighting control and guidance systems to measures for autonomous parking. In the future, Huber Parking sees the car park as a central mobility hub rather than just a place to park: digital applications turn the car park into an urban hub that is networked with its urban infrastructure, bringing together a wide range of transport modes and options in one place.


Digital Design.

BIM: Planning, building and managing car parks digitally.

More efficient processes, better results: BIM stands for Building Information Modeling and is a method of digitising the construction industry. In addition to the existing 2D and 3D design, BIM enables us to capture, manage and analyse all relevant data for the life cycle of a building. Even before construction begins, a digital twin of the proposed building is created on which all the designers involved can work together and benefit from each other through constant synchronisation. Costly and time-consuming problems during construction and operation are identified and avoided at an early stage. What is special about Huber Parking is that we have been working with BIM software for many years, feeding it with project data from our own database – specific information from over 30 years of car park construction. As a result, we have built up a unique expertise in this area that you can benefit from.

Digital Parking Management.

Parking from the user’s perspective: the multifunctional “mobility hub”.

Climate change is leading to a profound rethink in many areas. In urban development in particular, there is a growing awareness that targeted measures can help shape a more sustainable future. This includes thinking about and designing mobility hubs: multifunctional buildings in urban areas that bring together a wide range of mobility services such as car-sharing and public and private transport, in one place, connecting them and making them accessible to users – both digitally and physically. In line with our corporate social responsibility in terms of environmental, social and governance issues (ESG), it goes without saying that Huber Parking wants to and will be at the forefront of this development.

1 Car park functional building

2 Architecture / Functions

  • Roofing
  • Façade
  • Parking technology
  • Photovoltaics

3 Mobility Hub

  • Parking space for small trucks
  • Rental bases – car hire / car sharing – other rental vehicles (bicycles, e-scooters, e-scooters)
  • P&R – connection to public transport
  • Parcel stations
  • Showrooms, kiosk, bakery
  • E-charging station for cars + bicycles
  • Servicepoint

Diversity of forms of mobility

Thanks to their vertical architecture, multi-storey car parks are the ideal mobility hubs: urban transport hubs where a wide variety of transport modes and services can be bundled on several levels – whether park and ride, parking spaces for car and bike sharing (including cargo bikes), e-scooters, charging infrastructure for cars and bicycles, parking spaces for private cars, motorbikes and bicycles or improved connections to local public transport. Huber Parking no longer thinks of car parks simply as a place for stationary traffic, but as intelligent, digitally networked mobility spaces with a future.

Innovative infrastructure

Short distances, short waiting times and uncomplicated access to a wide range of mobility offers and services are the be-all and end-all for the success of mobility hubs. Huber Parking designs and develops car parks equipped with the latest digital tools and innovative infrastructure:

Information: All these digital services can be brought together and controlled through a centralised parking management system, e.g. Autopay, with the help of Application Programming Interfaces (API).

Digital use

  • Barrier-free entry and exit
  • Dynamic pricing and cashless payment
  • Intelligent, interactive and clearly visible parking and wayfinding systems
  • Easier access e.g. through a mobility card for all services
  • Free Wi-Fi in all car parks


  • Lighting control via intelligent parking software (IPS)
  • Digital load management
  • Control of renewable energy systems, e.g. PV
  • E-mobility charging points for cars, scooters and bicycles
  • Entry and exit zones for autonomous parking


  • Public transport ticket machines
  • Bicycle hire & repair stations
  • Lockers, changing facilities, toilets, cash machines
  • Parcel boxes, delivery services (micro-hubs), post boxes, delivery and key services
  • Car cleaning/washing, tyre changing
  • Grocery stores/bakeries, government offices/customer service centres, shops (pop-up stores or similar)
  • Shared offices/co-working areas

Find out more about car parks as mobility hubs in the Huber Parking Magazine!

Mobility Hubs