Automatic parking is essentially an automated car-manipulating system which moves an automobile from a traffic zone into a designated parking area to do either parallel perpendicular or circular parking. It is generally used on residential streets and parking lots. There are different kinds of automatic parking systems such as, ParkMobile, ParkSense, Parking Radar, Parking Assistant and Parking Manager.
Parking Assistant is the most common automatic parking system. It features the Automatic Parking Assistant (APS) technology which enables the vehicle to park itself without the need for the driver to park manually. With the APS technology, the sensors installed in the car will automatically detect when the vehicle is parked in an area and will prompt the driver to park the car.
Parking Radar has the capability to identify the type of vehicles and traffic patterns. It has the ability to determine whether a vehicle is parked in an area which is suitable for parking or not. When a vehicle is parked in an inappropriate place, it will prompt the driver to park the car by means of a flashing light. This kind of system is commonly used in parking lots and in commercial zones. The Parking Radar system has the capability of detecting vehicle speed, engine braking and other vehicle factors.
Parking Manager is another type of automatic parking system. It can be used to provide directions to the drivers or the area where the vehicle is parked and this is helpful for parking purposes. In addition, it also functions as a parking radar. When the vehicle is parked in an appropriate area, it prompts the driver to park the car and tells the driver whether the car needs to be driven further.
Parking Assistant systems work differently and they usually use sensors to sense the presence of cars parked in a specific area. Parking Assistant can identify vehicles which are parked in a specific area and which cars have no one in the car.
Parking Assistant also works with the Parkmobile and the ParkSense systems which enable the vehicles to follow the path of a pedestrian or to park the car in designated spots. There are many reasons to install an auto-parking system. These include parking areas at homes, on city streets, parking lots, shopping malls, office complexes, parking decks, public plazas and many other places of public assembly.
Parking Radar works efficiently to avoid parking accidents. Auto parking radar helps reduce traffic violations in parking lots, parking garages, shopping centers, on busy highways, and on roadways. These systems also help in improving the safety of a parking area, especially in busy parking lots. and in parking garages by providing proper lighting.
Parking Radar helps save a lot of time and money for car owners by avoiding traffic jams. and injuries and damages due to accidents caused by parking lots and parking vehicles.