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March 13 2020, By Admin

Parking Management System in India All facts must be known before parking

  • Parking in an urban or municipal environment has become increasing difficult, if not impossible, problem for many commuters. These problems include parking facilities filling up early in the morning, locating parking facilities, the lot being full, and locating parking facilities near a commuter's final destination. It is often the case that commuters must waste value time in trying to find a parking space near their destination.
  • This problem has been addressed in a parking management system wherein a user of the system would make a reservation for a parking system prior to entering the parking facility and be responsible for locating a vacate parking space and report the space to the controller of the system.
  • This system has several drawbacks. First, by requiring the user to locate a vacate space in the parking facility, the user loses valuable time in one's day by having to circle the parking facility in order to find a parking spot.
  • Second, once a spot is located and the user parks their car in the spot, the user is then required to notify the system that he has parked their car in a specific location thereby removing that spot from the system's inventory of available spots. Additionally, by having a user locate an available parking space additional and unnecessary congestion is created.

Fully Automated Parking

  • Fully optimized automatic parking facility management system wherein the system determines, upon a vehicle entering the facility, desirable vacated parking spaces and prints a parking record including a computerized parking space location. However, the system is based on a first come, first serve basis and does not provide a way in which parking spaces can be reserved prior to the vehicle entering the facility.
  • Parking guidance and management system wherein the system provides graphical information regarding the relative availability of parking spaces within a parking garage or other large facility. Parking space availability is determined using either a single camera per parking space or a single camera monitoring a plurality of spaces. The information concerning the availability of parking spaces is displayed at strategically located displays along the way to the available space. However, this system does not allow the ability to reserve parking spaces and does not tell the driver at the time of entering the parking facility where an available parking space is located.
  • Technique for facilitating and monitoring vehicle parking wherein sensors are used to determine the availability of vacant parking spaces and vehicle operators are alerted at a substantial distance to such availability. However, this system is does not allow the ability to reserve parking spaces and does not tell the driver at the time of entering the parking facility where an available parking space is located.
  • Farmont discloses a monitoring and/or directing system for parking areas wherein incoming vehicles are guided specifically to empty parking spaces in order to reduce theft.

    It is therefore an object of this invention to provide a parking management system, which is devoid of the above-mentioned shortcomings.

  • A further object of this invention is to provide a novel parking management system. Another object of this invention is to provide a parking management system whereby parking spaces can be reserved.
  • Still another object of this invention is to provide a parking management system whereby parking spaces can be bided on or traded.
  • These and additional objects of the present invention are accomplished generally by a parking management system whereby parking spaces can be reserved prior to a vehicle entering a parking facility. As a user of the system is preparing for a trip or on the way to a municipal, he can log into the system and reserve a parking space near to his destination using a variety of devices, including a cellular phone, personal digital assistant, or other such personal electronic device from either his home, car, or other transportation vehicle. When the user initiates his account with the system, he supplies his credit card number or other account information such as a checking account to pay for and reserve the parking space. As the user of the system approaches the parking facility, he swipes his credit card or smart card which is linked to the user and in return the system prints out a parking pass with has assigned parking space number encoded therein in both human and machine readable form. At the exit, the user swipes his parking pass and his credit card gets charged. The parking spaces within the facility are monitored using a plurality of wireless digital cameras. The outputs of the digital cameras are fed to a computer running an image recognition software which are able to determine whether a particular parking space is vacate or occupied. Preferably, the cameras transmit 1 frame per minute using the 802.11x wireless protocol or other similar protocols to the computer. Control of the cameras preferably occurs along a separate route such as through the power cables.

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Further in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the parking management system allows participates to participate in a loyalty program. The parking management system will allow users of the system to park in other participating parking facilities and will receive discounts when choosing other participating facilities. While a user who normally has a periodic parking pass, whether it be monthly or bi-monthly, with a particular parking facility chooses to use another participating parking facility, then that parking space can be “sub leased” at an hourly rate.

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