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Parallel parking is challenge for all drivers say
amateurs or the experts. An automatic car parking system is a
solution to this ordeal. This vehicular technology has been
implemented using many other systems but a cost effective,
simple and accurate solution will be greatly appreciated. This
paper explains in detail a simple and precise autonomous carparking
algorithm for Ackerman steering configuration. A twopart
trajectoryplanning algorithm consists of the steering
planning and simple distance calculations. The limits of
vehicle mechanism and drive torque are taken into account.
Simulation results are presented to illustrate the application
of the proposed algorithm. The algorithm uses simple
geometry for its path planning and odometry. The system uses
sonar sensors and wheel encoders for its perception. This
sensed data is interpreted in the processor of the vehicle. As
per the trajectory determined, the vehicle parks itself into
the parking space. Simulation and experiment results shows
that using this algorithm the parking maneuver will become
more safe, efficient and fast.
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