Smart Parking Management System: Architecture Design and Technologies Issues

Koltovska Nechoska, Daniela and Chalamani, Sonja and Dimovski, Tome and Hristoski, Ilija (2021) Smart Parking Management System: Architecture Design and Technologies Issues. Proceedings of the 19th European Transport Congress of the EPTS Foundation e.V (EUTC 2021), “European Green Deal Challenges and Solutions for Mobility and Logistics in Cities”. pp. 41-48.

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Smart parking solutions are one of the most popular systems and devices in smart cities due to the availability to detect parking space in real-time, reducing fuel consumption, and traffic emissions. Various types of smart parking systems, such as parking guidance systems, smart payment systems, e-parking, etc., have been deployed worldwide. The experiences of Intelligent transport system application in the Republic of North Macedonia are modest and most of the deployed systems and services are from the area of Real- time Travel Information Service and Urban Traffic Management. The problem issues related to parking demands are present and they have a significant impact on traffic congestion on the city's road network. Specific objectives of the research are to identify and access the most promising, pertinent technology and systems for the design of an integrated, highly functional solution for a smart parking management system for the Macedonian capital city. To meet these objectives, a two-phase research approach has been suggested. In the first phase a comprehensive approach that identifies analysis and selection of smart parking infrastructure and its architecture design are presented. In the second stage development of the new attractive and effective web application (as part of hardware and software components of the proposed system) will be presented. As a crucial component of the overall traffic system, the proposed smart parking management system will play an important tool for municipality authorities in providing effective digital services that will improve traffic customer’s needs.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Natural sciences > Computer and information sciences
Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Engineering and Technology > Civil engineering
Divisions: Faculty of Economics
Faculty of Information and Communication Technologies
Faculty of Technical Sciences
Depositing User: Prof. Dr. Ilija Hristoski
Date Deposited: 26 Dec 2022 08:45
Last Modified: 26 Dec 2022 08:45

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