RFID based Parking Management System (PMS)

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Parking management refers to policies and programs that result in more efficient use of parking resources. Parking is an essential component of the transportation system. Vehicles must park at every destination. Management - available facilities are used inefficiently and should be better managed.
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RFID based Parking Management System (PMS)

  1. 1. RFID basedParking Management System BizLogics Technologies Pvt. Ltd.10/G, Bodycare Complex, Nr. St. Lourn Hotel Ashram Road, Ahmedabad – 380 013 Gujarat, India +91 79 2755 0066 | +91 9898458844 info@bizlogics.co.in | www.bizlogics.co.in
  2. 2. WHAT IS PMS• Parking management refers to policies and programs that result in more efficient use of parking resources.• Parking is an essential component of the transportation system. Vehicles must park at every destination. Management - available facilities are used inefficiently and should be better managed. Location, Cost, Time, Supply & Demand Demand Based Strategies Combine Parking And Transportation Alternatives Priority Target Markets
  3. 3. PRINCIPALS Demand Location Time Price Supply
  4. 4. WHY PMS • Increase economic Vitality GUIDING • Reduce traffic impact of economic opportunitiesPRINCIPLES • Revitalize Main Street • Develop parking management Framework • Determine capacity and utilization of parking GOALS system • Better use parking resources • Identify priority parking user • Identify parking areas for customers,OBJECTIVES employees and residents. • Create parking management program • Link parking and workability concepts
  5. 5. CURRENT MARKET DEMAND• Presently demand for cars going up at the rate of 15% per annum• Presently 15 lacs being sold every year• Making roads more expensive than parking infrastructure• Cars being parked on roads causing traffic congestion and pollution By the above points we can say that the demand of parking management systems will increase.
  6. 6. WHAT IS RFID• RFID is an abbreviation of Radio Frequency IDentification.• RFID is an AIDC (Automatic Identification and Data Capture) Technology that uses radio-frequency waves to transfer data between a reader and an electronic (RFID) tag attached to an object, for the purpose of identification and tracking.• RFID is Fast, Reliable, and does not require Physical Sight or Contact between reader/scanner and the tagged item (RFID Tag).• RFID is widely used for Identification of men, material, vehicles, animals, products, baggage and books.
  7. 7. RFID COMPONENTS• RFID Tag • A memory device, usually eeprom, programmed with a series of bits/bytes.• Reader/Writer (Interrogator) • The unit powers the coil of wire known as the antenna, filters and powers them for transmission over distance.• Antenna • This is a coil of wound copper wire designed specifically to emit RFID signal.• Host computer / Interface / Middleware • The unit interfaces the reader to an intelligent device.
  8. 8. HOW IT RFID WORKS • Tag enters RF Field • RF signal powers tag • Tag transmits ID, plus data • Reader capture data • Reader send data to computer • Computer determines action
  9. 9. WHY RFID• Enable Automatic Identification & Data Collection (Contactless)• No line of sight needed• Able to write data on tag (RFID tags have high data capacity and can include manufacturer, batch no., ownership, destination, history etc.)• The life of RFID tags is more then 25 years.• Avoid Manipulation• Avoid Error at data collection & Reduce Handling Mistakes (No human intervention)• Can read multiple item• Suitable for harsh environment• Avoid missing data for Important decision
  10. 10. WHY RFID FOR PMS• The efficiency of management can be improved• Optimum and full utilization of the parking slots• Simple and monitor• Better the time management• Increase in accuracy and staff productivity• Stress-free pleasurable parking for customers• When the RFID Tagged vehicle enter in to the entry gate, it will be recorded in the controller computer.• If any vehicle has not rfid tag the guest rfid tag is provided to them so, security will become tight.• Generates reports on peak hour traffic pattern, average parking time, parking time by user, exception reports etc. Improved safety• Video surveillance(monitoring) for the security purpose.• There is no chance of duplication because RFID Tag is unique.• Easy to integrate / install
  11. 11. PROPOSED SYSTEMINCLUDES• 2 RFID Long Range Reader• 100 Designed Car windshield Tags (We can customize the design as per the clients requirement - Charge extra)• 10 Security Guard’s Smart Card (for maintaining there attendance)• 1 Controller (Wi-Fi enabled)• 1 Wi-Fi Router• 1 Boom barrier• 1 Out door weather proof LED Display (16 digit) (Wi-Fi enabled)• Software • Windows based Desktop Application • Android Application for Mobile (Charge extra)
  12. 12. ProposedSystemFlow –Chart
  13. 13. PROPOSED SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE•Add on demand
  14. 14. INTENDED AUDIENCES The intended audiences of stakeholders for this specification of the GPM include: • Administrator is • Controller is the • User is the person the person who person who who parks his/her has all the rights to controls the vehicle in theADMINISTRATOR get all kind of data, system at the parking and takes CONTROLLER (Operator / Security Officer) reports and control point. This the advantages of transaction is person has some parking (Vehicle Owner) occurred during a limited rights for management USERS day, a month or at controlling system. system and pay any given time. It He can control the charges for it. means that full entry and exit of authority to the vehicle, collect the system. charges from the user who parks his/her vehicle and register the vehicle timing and users name etc.
  15. 15. Technical Specification of RFID Tags Class 1 Generation 2 passive UHF RFID transponderAir interface protocol EPCglobal Class1 Gen2, ISO 18000-6COperational frequency 860-960 MHzEPC memory up to 496 bitExtended memory TID: Unique 96 bit (factory programmed) USER MEMORY: 128 bitRead range up to 8m / 26ft, reader power 2W ERP (dependent on application)Face material PaperBackground adhesive Strong industrial adhesiveWeight 1gProduct is RoHS compliant YesOperating temperature -35°C to +85°CAmbient temperature -35°C to +85°CStorage condition 2 years in +20°C / 50% RH (shelf life for adhesive)Dimension 92 mm x 26 mm x 0.2 mm* We are select the RFID Tags according to infrastructure and requirement of the system
  16. 16. Technical Specification of RFID ReaderPhysical Height: 30 cm; Width: 30 cm; Thickness: 7.5 cm; Weight = 2 KgCharacteristicsRead Range 9 meters with AD431 tags from Avery Dennison for FCC version 13 meters with Dogbone tags from UPM Raflatec for FCC versionProtocol ISO18000-6C, EPC UHF Class 1 Gen 2, Dense Reader Mode availableFrequency Range One of the following: 865-868 MHz, 865-867 MHzPolarization Circular Polarization Antenna, choice of LHCP or RHCPExternal Control 2 x GPO and 2 x GPIEnvironment Operating Temp: -20°C to 60°C Storage Temp: -40°C to 85°C Humidity: 98% Non-condensingDust & Water IP68, works in outdoor environmentConnectivity Ethernet, with PoE (PoE+ or IEEE802.3 at recommended)Power Supply 12 Volt DC supply, or use PoE (PoE+ or IEEE802.3at recommended) * We are select the RFID Reader according to infrastructure and requirement of the system
  17. 17. Thanking you BizLogics Technologies Pvt. Ltd.10/G, Bodycare Complex, Nr. St. Lourn Hotel Ashram Road, Ahmedabad – 380 013 Gujarat, India +91 79 2755 0066 | +91 9898458844 info@bizlogics.co.in | www.bizlogics.co.in

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