Future Aspects of Intelligent Car Parking Based on Internet of Things

Authors

  • Muzhir Shaban Al-Ani Department of Information Technology, College of Science and Technology, University of Human Development, KRG, Iraq
  • Zana Azeez Kakarash Department of Information Technology, College of Science and Technology, University of Human Development, KRG, Iraq http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7469-2914

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21928/uhdjst.v2n1y2018.pp19-26

Keywords:

Intelligent Algorithm, Car Parking, Real Time System, IoT

Abstract

Nowadays, the crowded of cars leads to big challenges in many crowded cities. This leads to environmental pollution in addition to fuel consuming. In addition, it is very important to adapt all devices, vehicles, and objects to the environment of the internet of things (IoT). In this case, it is difficult to find the nearest and shortest suitable path for car parking place. This approach aims to minimize the time for finding the car parking as well as reducing the traffic congestion. The implemented approaches try to support the driver to find near suitable car parking. The implemented approach based on intelligent aspects to achieve the performance of car parking with the future environment of IoT. Localizing of the nearest car parking is an important issue in the future IoT.

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Published

2018-05-25

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