define F_CPU 1000000UL

//set your clock speed

#include <avr/io.h> #include <util/delay.h> #include"lcd.h" //include lcd.h #include"lcd.c" //include lcd.c #include<stdlib.h>

void wait(float x) { for(int i=0;i<(int)(1302*x);i++) _delay_loop_1(0); } void stepper() { for(int i=0;i<2;i++) { PORTB=0x66; wait(1); PORTB=0xcc; wait(1); PORTB=0x99;

count1=0. unsigned int area=60. wait(1). DDRC=0x00.5).wait(1). char count=0. . while(1) { lcd_clrscr(). char *s=0. count+=1. } } int main() { lcd_init(LCD_DISP_ON).area1=60. DDRB=0xff. lcd_clrscr(). if(PINC & 0x01) { wait(. PORTB=0x33.

count-=1. } if(PINC & 0X02) { wait(. itoa(count. . //wait(. lcd_puts(" gnd floor\nno of car "). lcd_puts("gnd floor\nno of car "). wait(.s.25).5).5).s.10).area=area-10. lcd_clrscr().5). lcd_puts(s). area+=10. wait(.10).5). lcd_puts(s). lcd_puts("car leaves"). //wait(.25). wait(. itoa(count. wait(.51).

10). wait(1). } .s. while(1) { if(PINC & 0x01) { count1+=1. lcd_puts("no of car "). lcd_clrscr().25). area1=area1-10. stepper(). wait(.} if(area==0 &&area1!=0) { lcd_clrscr(). lcd_puts("1 floor\n"). lcd_puts(s). itoa(count1. wait(1).

SARKAGHAT DISTT. MANDI H.if(PINC & 0X02) { count1-=1. wait(.P. ADDRESS KI STARTING S/O SH.O. lcd_clrscr(). RAJESH KUMAR CHANDEL VILL SULPUR P. SARKAGHAT DISTT. BHAMBLA TEH.10). lcd_puts("no of car "). MANDI H.25). } } } } } VILL SULPUR P.O.s. lcd_puts(s). itoa(count1.P PIN 175004 . wait(1). BHAMBLA TEH. area1+=10.

it has over five million cars and two-wheelers on its roads. All the big cities in India are facing the space crunch. The demand for parking space has. guarantees highest comfort and . where space has become a very big problem and in the era of miniaturization it’s become a very crucial necessity to avoid the wastage of space in modern. on an average in the main markets of Delhi.PH. So this system can be used for solving above issues. Problem Faced Taking example of our national capital Delhi. In space where more than 100 cars need to be parked. it’s a very difficult task to do so and also to reduce the wastage of area. Apar Khare(E28E2) Gaurav Kumar Tomar(E28E2). A fast parking process in which the driver does not have to maneuver his car. Vikrant Khullar(E28E1) AUTOMATED CAR PARKING SYSTEM Since in modern world. but not enough parking spaces. outstripped demand by 43 per cent. 09888664799 SYNOPSIS Of CAPSTONE PROJECT-I (Automated Car Parking System) Aashish Kumar(E28E1). Optimized solution A multi-storey car parking system offer greatest possible flexibility for the realization of optimum parking solution. NO. big companies and apartments etc. Parking space is fast becoming a major issue in the other metro and urban cities as well.

if there is space availability. the cost of the mechanical equipment within the building that is needed to transport cars internally needs to be added to the lower building cost to determine the total costs.  For entry of car. Also. Here any number of cars can be park according to requirement. as soon as the lift will be available it will switch on Green LED in place of Red LED.  Automatic multi-storey car parks provide lower building cost per parking slot. state. Basic idea In this project. a Green LED will be in ON  Similarly at exit.  Lift will automatically detect the presence of car in lift and will carry the car to available floor. detected by the counter. A single lift serves 6 to 12 parking spaces per level taking up a minimum of space  This Automatic Car Parking enables the parking of vehicles-floor after floor and thus reducing the space used. exit gate would detect that a car needs to exit and it will call for lift. in this project. However. we will show the basic multilevel car parking system with two floors. it is still possible to show this concept on multiple floors.security. . also the availability of parking space on that particular floor. Although we show the concept with two floors. These makes the systems modernized and even a space-saving one.  Two floors with 2 sensors on each floor for detecting entry and exit of cars. else RED LED will be in ON state. as they typically require less building volume and less ground area than a conventional facility with the same capacity.

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