Vacant Parking Lot Information System Using Transfer Learning and IoT

Edwin K Jose, S. Veni

Abstract


Parking information systems have become very important, especially in metropolitan areas as they help to save time, effort and fuel when searching for parking. This paper offers a novel low-cost deep learning approach to easily implement vacancy detection at outdoor parking spaces with CCTV surveillance. The proposed method also addresses issues due to perspective distortion in CCTV images. The architecture consists of three classifiers for checking the availability of parking spaces. They were developed on the TensorFlow platform by re-training MobileNet (a pre-trained Convolutional Neural Network (CNN)) model using the transfer learning technique. A performance analysis showed 88% accuracy for vacancy detection. An end-to-end application model with Internet of Things (IoT) and an Android application is also presented. Users can interact with the cloud using their Android application to get real-time updates on parking space availability and the parking location. In the future, an autonomous car could use this system as a V2I (Vehicle to Infrastructure) application in deciding the nearest parking space.


Keywords


Android application; CCTV surveillance; CNN; IoT; MobileNet; outdoor parking; TensorFlow; transfer learning; V2I

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5614%2Fitbj.ict.res.appl.2018.12.3.1

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