Automatic Parking in Smart Cities

06/17/2020 ∙ by Arezou Abyaneh, et al. ∙ 0

The objective behind this project is to maximize the efficiency of land space, to decrease the driver stress and frustration, along with a considerable reduction in air pollution. Our contribution is in the form of an automatic parking system that is controlled by cellular phones. The structure is a hexagon shape that uses conveyor belts, to transport the vehicles from the entrance into the parking spaces over an elevating platform. The entrance gate includes length-measuring sensors to determine whether the approaching vehicle is eligible to enter. Our system is controlled through a microcontroller, and using cellular communications to connect to the customer. The project can be applied to different locations and is capable of capacity extensions.



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