Digital Parking Assistant With Automated Proximity Alarm.

About: My name is Shoumik Dey. I am a student of class 9 of Don Bosco Park Circus, Kolkata, West Bengal, India. Apart from my studies I have hobbies too. It includes mainly programming microprocessors, making virt...

Intro: Digital Parking Assistant With Automated Proximity Alarm.

This a digital parking assistant which shows the driver how far he / she is from the garage wall. After crossing a certain limit, the system will trigger an alarm and will warn the driver that he / she is coming in the proximity to the wall and there can be a contact with the car and the wall.

Step 1:

Setup the arduino uno board with the computer and gather the parts required.

Parts required :

1. Arduino uno r3

2. 2 resistors(1 kohm each)

3. bread board

4. jumper wires

5. Potentionmeter.

6. LCD screen.

7, Buzzer.

8. Ultrasonic ranging module.

Step 2:

Step 3: Install the LCD Display

Connect the LCD display with the potentiometer in the order : 12, 11, 5, 4, 3, 2,

Step 4: Install the LED, Buzzer and the Ultrasonic Module.

Install them following components in the order of (13, 8, 7 ,1) respectively.

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    Ravina4

    3 years ago on Introduction

    how to interface ultrasonicV2 sensor with arduino uno in proteus?i already had installed the arduino library and ultrasonic library in proteus..

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    Ravina4shoumikdey

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    tq..but Iam having another problem..when I run the simulation some error occur like below:

    External model DLL "PIC16EX.dll" not found. GLE=0x0000007E

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    shoumikdeyRavina4

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    I think you have to download and install a zip file which contains all the files and the programs required. Or you me search in the net and donload th dll files and then try again.

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    tomatoskinsshoumikdey

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Sadly I do not have a garage to try it in. Whenever I do, I plan on doing something like this to help out.