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Smart Parking

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This presentation is from - C-DAC Hyderabad Team --- …

This presentation is from - C-DAC Hyderabad Team ---

1. SPARK operates by monitoring the availability of car parking spaces and makes that information available to customers and facility administrators.
2. Customers use it for guiding them in their choice of parking space and administrators use it to aid in overall parking management & planning.
3. Sensor networks are a natural candidate for car-park management systems, because they allow status to be monitored very accurately - for each
parking space, if desired. Wireless sensor networks have the advantage that they can be deployed in existing car parks without having to install
new cabling for network and electricity to reach each sensing device.

for further information please visit - www.ubicomp.in/spark

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  • 1. Problem Statement No Parking: The sign of a new opening The business of parking lots could grow into a Rs 5,500 crore per year opportunity by 2010 “It is roughly estimated that out of 8760 hours in a year, on an average, a car runs for only 400 hours or so, leaving the remaining 95% of its time in parking.” Source :DARE Magazine NASSCOM
  • 2. Need for SPARK Identifying the Need for Intelligent Parking Systems  travelers are unaware  Reduction in time spent  reduced driver frustration  Reduction in congestion  Elimination of queues  Better distribution of flow and parking  revenues and profitability
  • 3. Need For SPARK -Who is Benefited? Consumers when and where Flexibility and convenience Cashless billing Parking Space Owners and Managers parking revenue Utilization Increased value Cities and Communities traffic congestion and pollution parking revenue The Environment Less fossil fuels
  • 4. Deliverables - Automation of the existing parking systems to reduce the staffing requirements for traffic control within the facility - Guiding the driver to find a parking space in a more efficient & convenient way. - Reservation of the parking lots whenever or wherever for the customers - Parking lot statistics/report generation made easy for the parking administrators - Provide a long-term car parking solution for users & operators.
  • 5. Mica Z Exit Sensor Node Guiding Node Base Station Management Station Guiding Node Large Display Server Parking Lots Entrance Guiding Node Parking Lots
  • 6. System Architecture: Single Level
  • 7. System Architecture: Multilevel
  • 8. Initial Prototype
  • 9. MULTILEVEL PROTOTYPE
  • 10. Parking Administrator GUI
  • 11. Parking Reservations
  • 12. Click n Reserve
  • 13. Parking Reservations
  • 14. SPARK at a Glance
  • 15. THANK YOU !!! HAVE A NICE PARKING|||

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