The need for parking spaces will continue to increase in the future. Studies show that finding a free parking space causes 30% of inner-city traffic. The efficient management of parking spaces has long been a central point in the planning of urban and regional infrastructures. The overall student project Parking in Smart Cities is split into 5 sub-projects and aims to improve parking management in smart cities.
The project Park&Reside 2 is one of two sub-projects that addresses the use case of parking at residential units. How to monitor parking spaces assigned to residential units? How do you know whether a vehicle parking there belongs to a resident and is legally parking there? Is it possible to offer those parking spaces for dynamic parking management to non-residents? Different aspects of that use case are examined and prototypically implemented.
Adnan Razzaq, Muhammad Salik Mansoor, Shayan Arif Butt, Shehryar Iqbal