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Title: Control de la disponibilidad de plazas libres y gestión de reservas en los aparcamientos de la ciudad de Guadalajara
Author: González Fernández, Gerardo
Director: Monzo Sánchez, Carlos
Tutor: Monzón Baeza, Víctor
Keywords: mobility management
smart parking system
wireless sensor network
Issue Date: 15-Jan-2021
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Searching for a free parking slot is one of the greatest mobility challenges in Guadalajara (Spain), since there is no alternative to the use of private vehicle and parking lots are limited. These are distributed in different parking lots of the city, mostly managed by the local council. In this Master's Dissertation, the aim is to reduce the time spent looking for a parking space and therefore to reduce traffic congestion, informing both parking managers and drivers of the availability of free spaces. To this end, both the current situation of parking in Guadalajara and the technological evolution of the different components involved in an intelligent parking solution are analysed. The solution, firstly, proposes ultrasonic sensors for the underground parking lots and detection through video processing for the outdoors parking lots. The data is then processed in a control unit. Finally, data is shown to the users through a mobile application and display panels placed at the entrance of the subway parking lots and at strategic areas of the city. The study concludes that it is feasible to speed up the search for parking in Guadalajara with a sustainable and economically viable solution, based on the technological advances made in recent years in the field of urban mobility. Its implementation not only reduces the time spent looking for parking, but also improves mobility and therefore, the pollution caused by road traffic.
Language: Spanish
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