PARKING ALLOTMENT WITH DISPLAY

Code 92 PARKING ALLOTMENT WITH DISPLAY

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The project is designed to develop a density- based parking allotment system. This system indicates no entry to a vehicle to park when the parking area is fully occupied. Parking congestion is a severe problem in many major cities across the world and it has become a nightmare for the commuters in these cities.

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Description

The project is designed to develop a density- based parking allotment system. This system indicates no entry to a vehicle to park when the parking area is fully occupied. Parking congestion is a severe problem in many major cities across the world and it has become a nightmare for the commuters in these cities. The proposed system uses a microcontroller of the 8051 family duly interfaced with sensors to detect the parked vehicle with Red, orange and green LEDs for display purpose. The sensors used in this project are IR and photodiodes pair which are in line of sight position across a parking lot entry point to detect vehicle density at any particular time. The density of the vehicle is measured in three zones based on which vehicles are allotted with indications for parking. The power supply consists of a step-down transformer 230/12V, which steps down the voltage to 12V AC. This is converted to DC using a Bridge rectifier. The ripples are removed using a capacitive filter, and it is then regulated to +5V using a voltage regulator 7805, which is required for the operation of different ICs and components. Furthermore, the project can be enhanced by adding a motor to stop and allow the vehicle as barricade.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Density base parking allotment system
  • 8051 microcontroller is used to duty interfaced with sensor
  • The density is measured in three zones based on which vehicles are allotted
  • ┬áSensors used in this project are IR and photodiodes pair

BLOCK DIAGRAM

HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS

  • Micro controller
  • IR sensors
  • Led’s
  • Transformer

SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

  • Keil
  • Eagle

RESOURCES

1 review for PARKING ALLOTMENT WITH DISPLAY

  1. 4 out of 5

    Anuj mohite

    This website has enormous features especially the DIY kit and but i want project according to my requirements and they provided me such good tested kit along with it one DIY. They given me confidance to build myself without any external help, best self learning kit. Technical team responded very well and supported in my output. Thank you Electrosal.

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