In is loaded with a program written using Embedded

In this  project “Automatic  parking system using Internet of Things” is
mainly intended to monitor the status of the devices through server (Wi-Fi).The
controlling device of the whole system is a Microcontroller. Wi-Fi module, IR
sensors are interfaced to the Microcontroller. IR sensors are fed as input to
the Microcontroller. The Microcontroller processes this data and transmits over
Wi-Fi, which will be received from mobile. In achieving the task the controller
is loaded with a program written using Embedded C language. The user who wants
to park the vehicle is connected to the Wi-Fi network of that particular
parking lot through the password. The IR sensors send the status to the
microcontroller where the data processing is done. The microcontroller sends
information to the web page about the status of the slot to the user using IOT.
This way the user can easily find a  parking
slot without any congestion and in less time.

In this  project “Automatic  parking system using Internet of Things” is
mainly intended to monitor the status of the devices through server (Wi-Fi).The
controlling device of the whole system is a Microcontroller. Wi-Fi module, IR
sensors are interfaced to the Microcontroller. IR sensors are fed as input to
the Microcontroller. The Microcontroller processes this data and transmits over
Wi-Fi, which will be received from mobile. In achieving the task the controller
is loaded with a program written using Embedded C language. The user who wants
to park the vehicle is connected to the Wi-Fi network of that particular
parking lot through the password. The IR sensors send the status to the
microcontroller where the data processing is done. The microcontroller sends
information to the web page about the status of the slot to the user using IOT.
This way the user can easily find a  parking
slot without any congestion and in less time.

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V      RESULTS

The project “Automatic Parking
system using Internet of Things” was designed such that the status of parking
slots can be known from anywhere in the users webpage. This is achieved using
Wi-Fi communication.

In this system, the user has to be
connected to the Wi-Fi network of that particular parking area through which he
is given access to the webpage and can know about the status of the parking
slot.

 

                     

 

 

 

                                              Fig.2. Search available slots in
parking area

 

VI       CONCLUSION

 

The objectives of this mission had
been done. The problem in attempting to find available parking plenty has been
completely removed through booking the masses through IOT machine. it’s far
well managed to access and map the popularity of parking slots from any remote
area through web browser. Therefore it reduces the threat of finding the
parking slots in any parking vicinity and additionally it removes useless
traveling of automobiles across the filled parking slots in a metropolis. The
designed device will be implemented everywhere due to its ease of usage and
effectiveness.

 

 

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