Title of Proposal
Bachelor of Science
Date of Graduation
The Smart Parking Deck employs elementary circuit design elements and mobile application development. Each device module uses laser proximity sensors to check the availability of an individual parking space and a Zigbee unit to communicate with the adjacent device module. The modules are connected to a network hub that manages all of the incoming and outgoing parking data. This data is displayed on the mobile application. The system is easily manageable and energy efficient, significantly decreasing the costs associated with other smart parking systems on the market. This system is aimed at decreasing commute time for students by allowing them to find available parking spaces with ease.
Turner, Ryne; McDade, Matthew; Aichinger, Julie; and Wienclaw, Laveréna, "Smart Parking Deck" (2019). Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects. 911.