Unattended Parking? the Parking System Must Have These Four Functions_ Taigewang Technology
In recent ten years, China's intelligent transportation has experienced a long period of exploration from the previous stage of castles in the air. Under the influence of the Internet, it gradually presents the networking of things. Until last year, the intelligent transportation market is known as ushering in the next 100 billion level market, which has been sought after by many enterprises. With the development of technology, the parking lot system has continuously made the parking lot management intelligent simplistic. When it comes to intelligent parking lot, many people will present a more ideal parking mode in their mind, but how can it be realized? At present, it provides people with a convenient, comfortable and safe parking environment, so that the parking lot information can be interconnected, and then make full use of the parking space information to meet people's parking needs. Although China's security market has developed for a short time, some technologies in the field of intelligent transportation have been in line with the international level, and even some technologies have exceeded the international level, so that the parking lot can be unattended. The four functions of license plate recognition, parking space guidance, reverse car search and self-service payment make the parking lot unattended. From the time the vehicle enters the parking lot to the time of exit, the owner can complete the parking step by step according to the information instructions in the parking lot. Although this kind of unattended parking lot is still in its infancy, many parking lots have been used, which are deeply loved by car owners and get rid of the traditional parking lot management mode. It is a more intelligent management for car owners and parking lot managers. Intelligent parking lot system requires the superb integration of Internet technology and hardware functions, so that the products can be stably based on the market, which is also a test of the strength of parking lot system manufacturers.