SmartPark SmartPark tells you the location of open spots before you enter the lot It also identifies handicap reserved spots and vehicles taking 2 spots It uses a training image of empty lot Current image will be acquired periodically It compares the current image to the training image to identify empty spots It uses various DIP and analysis techniques
DIP Concepts Noise Removal Thresholding Edge Detection First order moment Image arithmetic Connected component analysis Image Decimation
Disability This program helps people who are disabled by telling them which spots are open The person can make a decision on which open spot to take, based on the persons preferences such as no stairs, closest spot, closest to building ramp or elevator
SmartPark at work Trains on the empty lot Runs real time Captures the spot coordinates Locates empty and taken spots Locates handicap reserved spots Displays graphical and text output
Demonstration Users can choose from different parking lots printed on white sheets Users can put hot-wheel cars where they want The program will tell the user the number and locations of open spots, handicap reserved spots, double parked spots and illegally parked vehicles
Conclusion This software has real-life application Most people, not just handicapped, would like to know where an open parking spot is in a lot Lot operators need not have to circle the lot to identify illegally parked vehicles Can be extended to enforce time limitation on parking spots Can be extended to analyze the % occupied during different hours and days
Team and Website Nishit Mehta firstname.lastname@example.org Andrew Prince email@example.com Steve Schmugge firstname.lastname@example.org Rajagopal Shanmuganathan email@example.com Paul Zhao Sf2alpha@aol.com www.coe.uncc.edu/~sjschmug/project/
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