Today, large parking lots have several sections and floors that lead to driver confusion when it comes to finding the perfect place to park their car. Wasting time for parked cars, in addition to parking crowds, also increases guest dissatisfaction and parking contamination, which also increases parking costs. This system will allow drivers to find the right park space in the shortest possible time so that cars can be guided by the signs and guides from the moment they arrive at the parking lot to the empty line of the car park. In this system, on the roof every parking space, an ultrasonic sensor and a green and red LED display are installed so that from the beginning of each line the driver can see the number of available spaces. These sensors are connected to the controllers in each parking zone with the ability to send and receive data; these controllers change the input data according to certain rules and send new data to the central controller, and the central controller processes the data and sends the appropriate commands to the screens. These displays guide cars to empty spaces. In this system, all data will be stored in a computer as a server, and a proper control software will be installed in the control room that extracts and displays information from the server. This is achieved through the creation of an intelligent sensor network to detect vacant or occupied parking spaces through parking signage, floors, and corridors, to immediately inform the vacant capacity in each area before entering the parking lot.
Parking Guidance System Capabilities