Automated Multilevel Parking System.

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Project Tittle: Automated Multilevel Parking System.
Features: Very low investment.
Parking 11 cards in place of 4 cars.
Fully automatic, low maintenance.
A value for money and value for many parking solution.

Implementation Study
Place Nehru Palace, Near Paras Cinema, Delhi.
Present parking Condition : Space: 4845m2
Parking Capacity:200 Cars.
Condition After Implementation Space Used:3645m2.
Parking Capacity:396 Cars.
Result: Percentage Increase in parking space = 62%
Commercial Value of land saved : 78 Crore.
Payback Period of project : 4 years.

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  • Good morning teachers and friends, on behalf of our team I am going to present our paper on “Automatic Multi Level Parking”.As u all know that parking has always been a tough job for all of us, either it is our residence or office. Every day veahave a headque to park our car.
  • so to deal with such problems there are many solutions which have been made to over come these problems.Many multi level parking systems have been made. Which need:Larger areaHeavy investmentMaintenance cost is highSo mainly they are large scale projects
  • These conventional parking solutions are not dealing with problems such as:Less parking spaceLess investmentLess maintenanceAnd cap problem (no of flores)
  • So we thought to make a prototype which can fight with problems which the conventional solutions are not dealing with. Our prototype uses less space, needs less investment & maintenance. Provides security, fully automatic, environment friendly and it is reliable
  • The hard ware we are using for our prototype are:8051 microcontroller and its standard connectionsMotor driver L293D micro chip3 stepper motor12 light sensorsUsed for sensing the presence of carThese are the input to the controllerMatrix keyboardFor entering the password to protect your carInput to controllerKeil software to programAssembly language
  • Now coming to our prototype description. We will be discussing aboutBuildingParking slotElevatorGear system
  • Discussing abut the buildingIt has a height of 4 floors. The height can be increased according to our need.We are using a space of only 4 cars, as our prototype is a 4X4 matrixA motor “X” is placed at the top of the building, which helps in the vertical movement of the elevator11 light sensors are placed in the parking slots, and 1 sensor is placed in the elevatorwe are not using sensor in the buffer zone, buffer zone is the parking space that has been kept empty on the 3rd floor right side
  • Parking slotsHere we have 3 columns A,B & CColumn A & B have the same conveyer.Column C has a separate conveyerWe are not using any separate motor for giving drive to the conveyers
  • Coming to the heart of our system. It has 2 motors “Y” & “Z” stepper motor.
  • Automated Multilevel Parking System.

    1. 1. PROJECT ON AUTOMATIC MULTI LEVEL PARKING ByVaibhav Verma, Siddharth Jain, Mandeep Singh, Nissar Ahmed, Adhirath Mandal, Ashish Shukla, Amit Tyagi. Northern India Engineering. College, GGSIP University, Delhi
    2. 2. PROJECT PLANNING Tool Used – Arrow Diagram Origination of Idea 1-2 Nov 2010 Paper Presentment 10-15 Days Making of Team 10 Days 1 Week Brainstorming Preparing Presentation/Report For Conclave 1 week Development Of Idea Registered for DCE Innovation Conclave 201010 th Nov Actual Cost Estimation Of Project Green font indicates work completed as per plan Presentation Of Report/Presentation For College Red font indicates work not 2 weeks completed as per plan
    3. 3. NEED OF SMART PARKING SOLUTION?? With more and more vehicles adding to city roads daily there is a urgent need of a smart parking solution In Delhi itself 1 Lakh cars are added to roads per month With Cars penetrating to every section of the society Development of parking system on small level is important for small housing complex These system should be cost effective without compromising on the security and safety
    4. 4. CONVENTIONAL SOLUTIONS  Large scale project  Heavy investment  Maintenance cost is high  Larger Area
    5. 5. THE PROBLEMSThe problems that are not being covered in theconventional parking solutions: Less parking space in residential area Cap Less investment Less maintenance cost
    6. 6. OUR SOLUTION Optimization of space  Using a space of 4 cars  Parking 11 cars  4 Floors Less maintenance Less investment  Only 3 motors used Security  No car damage  No theft  Password protection Fully automatic Environment friendly Reliable
    7. 7. HARDWARE USED 8051 & its standard connections Motor driver L293D 3 stepper motors 12 light sensors Matrix keyboard Keil Software to program Assembly language
    8. 8. PROTOTYPE DESCRIPTION  Building Description  Parking Slot  Elevator  Gear system
    9. 9. BUILDING DESCRIPTION Height  4 floors  Floors can be increased X Space  Using space of 4 cars  Our prototype is 4X4 matrix Motor  Motor “X”  At the top for the building Light Sensors  11 for parking slots  1 for elevator
    10. 10. PARKING SLOTS C A B Column “A & B” same conveyer Column “C” separate conveyer No motors
    11. 11. ELEVATOR Separate conveyer 2 motors  Motor Y  Motor Z Gear system Y Z
    12. 12. GEAR SYSTEM Y motor is giving drive to the Z platform Alternate gears in turn moves Y the conveyer of the elevator Z motor allows to engage and disengage the conveyer of the elevator and parking slot Plat Form
    13. 13. WORKING OF Z MOTOR Ideal Position Left Position Right Position
    14. 14. PARKING LOGIC Case 2 Case 1• Entry • Case 1 • Case 2• Exit • Case 1 • Case 2
    15. 15. ENTRY Case 2 Case 1 Case 1  Highest priority zone  Acts like an interrupt Case 2  Parking of car acc. to priority  Priority will be redefined after every parking
    16. 16. ENTRANCE OF CAR AT VACANT SPACE
    17. 17. 7 38 69 5 210 4 Car 1
    18. 18. 7 38 69 5 210 4 Car 1
    19. 19. 7 Car 3 c8 69 5 210 4 1
    20. 20. 11 Car 7 7 3 c8 69 5 210 4 1
    21. 21. EXIT Case 1  Direct retrieval Case 2 Case 1  New car will be parked in the same space Case 2 1. Column B a) Retrieval direct b) Redefining of priority 2. Column A a) Buffer space (x) is used b) Priority maintained after retrival
    22. 22. EXIT OF 11TH CAR
    23. 23. 11 7 38 69 5 210 4 1
    24. 24. 11 7 3 c8 69 5 210 4 1
    25. 25. 11 38 6 7 c9 5 210 4 1
    26. 26. 11 3 c8 6 79 5 210 4 1
    27. 27. 38 6 79 5 210 4 1
    28. 28. 38 6 7 c9 5 210 4 1
    29. 29. 7 3 c8 69 5 210 4 1
    30. 30. BENEFITS Optimization of the space as compare to conventional parking Use of 3 motor only Less initial cost and less maintenance required Fully automatic Can be used in large infrastructure like hospital, malls, official area. No human error More safety and reliability Simple infrastructure/design Converting 4 slots parking space into 11 slots space Probability of accidents is very less Environment friendly as car engine are off while being parking in or out
    31. 31. OUR PLANNING FOR NEXT SEMESTER 20th Jan 2011 Tool Used – Arrow Diagram Start of work for working Model Purchase through tryindia 15 April 2011 Project Ready for submission10 Days Delivery of products It Depends Detection and correction of model5Days Finalizing the workshop 2 Weeks Programming 2 Weeks Making of gears 1 Weeks Test Run Construction of Structure Installing electrical system 2 Weeks 2 Weeks
    32. 32. IMPLEMENTATION STUDY AT:NEHRU PALACE PARKING,NEAR PARAS CINEMA,DELHI
    33. 33. WHY NEHRU PALACE ??  largest IT market in Asia with over 700 computer dealers .  Computer dealers from all over India come to Nehru place to make their IT purchases everyday.  Limited parking spaces available  Very High commercial value of land  Parking mafia harasses the costumers by overcharging, parking vehicles illegally etc. Article in Hindustan Times,Delhi Date:20-04-2011 Page:2
    34. 34. PRESENT PARKING CONDITION Total Available Parking Space = Parking A + Parking B = 45 * 81 + 40 * 30 m2 = 3645 + 1200 =4845m2 81 Meters Average No. Of Cars Parked Daily =Parking A + Parking B45 Meters = 150 + 50 = 200 30 Meters 120 Meters Current Scenario Peak Parking Space Requirement ~400 Cars (A+B) Nehru Palace Parking, Image Courtesy: Google
    35. 35. PURPOSED PARKING LAYOUT AND SPACE SAVING : FOR PARKING ATotal Area Covered(Parking A)= 81 * 45 m2Area Left(Parking B)= 1200 m2Commercial value of Land inNehru Palace Area ~ 6.50 Lakh/ m2 *Commercial value of Area Saved (ParkingB)= 1200* 6.50 Lakh= 78 CroreEarlier Max. Peak Load = 200 45 mNow,The Capacity Designed For = 396Dividing it into 36 Parking Buildings (As shown in fig. Above)Therefore,Percentage Increase in parking space = 46.96% *As inquired with Property Dealer
    36. 36. INVESTED COST PAY BACK PLANSPlan 1: Instant Payback/Profit plan Total cost of the project = 7.80 Crore** Commercial Value of land Saved(Parking B) = 78 Crore Instant Profit if the Parking System is installedPlan 2: Payback through parking chargesTotal Parking space : 396 CarsParking Charges in Delhi : 10 Rs per hourIt is assumed Nehru Palace parking would be full for 15 hours and 50%occupied for night 9 hoursDaily parking charges collected = (15*10+9*10/2)= Rs.195 Daily for oneparking slot(after paying running and maintenance charges)Cost Per Parking Slot = 7.80/396 = Rs.1.96 Lakh**Pay Back Period= 196000/195 Days =1006 days = 2.75 Years **Cost analysis on page no XXX of project report
    37. 37. PROJECT PROGRESS SCHEDULE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2S.no Job Next Job1 Conceiving the idea for Study and optimization of idea Project and design2 Comparison and Optimizing the Designing a Layout design for maximum efficiency against a conventional parking system (and other present systems)3 Rough layout of the concept Making it on CAD4 Rough layout on CAD is made using Alterations in design CATIA5 Corrections and Alterations in Drafting a rough flow chart for design are made algorithm6 Drafting the Algorithm for lift and Design of main key entry/exit operation components (lift mechanism, conveyer belt etc.)7 Gears and motors are decided for the Presenting it to mentor job8 Animations and flow chart is Faults and recommendations of presented to mentor mentor is noted9 Final Components decided Progressing to build a according to theoretical concept prototype and drafting a synopsis10 Economic Feasibility11 Learning to Program
    38. 38. THANK YOU

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