Conjoint Vehicle License Plate Identification System
Yair Wiseman1, *
Identifiers and Pagination:Year: 2020
First Page: 164
Last Page: 173
Publisher Id: TOTJ-14-164
Article History:Received Date: 9/2/2020
Revision Received Date: 26/4/2020
Acceptance Date: 11/5/2020
Electronic publication date: 31/07/2020
Collection year: 2020
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An autonomous vehicle will go unaccompanied to park itself in a remote parking lot without a driver or a passenger inside. Unlike traditional vehicles, an autonomous vehicle can drop passengers off near any location. Afterward, instead of cruising for a nearby free parking, the vehicle can be automatically parked in a remote parking lot which can be in a rural fringe of the city where inexpensive land is more readily available.
The study aimed at avoidance of mistakes in the identification of the vehicle with the help of the automatic identification device.
It is proposed to back up license plate identification procedure by making use of three distinct identification techniques: RFID, Bluetooth and OCR with the aim of considerably reducing identification mistakes.
The RFID is the most reliable identification device but the Bluetooth and the OCR can improve the reliability of RFID.
A very high level of reliable vehicle identification device is achievable. Parking lots for autonomous vehicles can be very efficient and low-priced. The critical difficulty is to automatically make sure that the autonomous vehicle is correctly identified at the gate.