An automated parking management system is a technique for mechanically parking and retrieving vehicles in order to accommodate the increase in demand for safe and convenient parking, as the number of vehicles increase day by day. In an automated parking management system, the driver parks the vehicle at the entry gate of the parking area, and from there, the vehicle is automatically moved through the parking lot and parked in an available parking space. The process of vehicle parking is carried out through robotics arms, sensors, conveyer belts, mechanical lifts, and computer control units. An electronic data transfer bus is used to transport from arrival level to parking space and vice versa, without any human interference for parking assistance.
Automated parking management systems reduce the width and depth required for a parking space and distances between vehicle parking spaces, since no allowance needs to be made for driving the car into the parking space or for the opening of vehicle doors. Furthermore, no driving lanes or ramps are required to drive the vehicle toward the parking place. The ceiling height required is minimal, since there is no pedestrian traffic in the parking area.
Furthermore, no walkways, stairways, or elevators are required to accommodate pedestrians in the parking area. These advantages are key drivers of the automated parking management system market. There is a general global trend of urbanization and centralization of financial districts, which attract a number of people to downtown areas. This continuously increasing influx of people gives rise to an ever rising need for parking spaces.
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Automated parking management systems are used to park vehicles automatically in parking spaces, which reduces human error in parking. They also reduce the time required for people to look for parking space in the parking lot. These beneficial applications of automated parking systems are likely to boost their demand, especially in suburban areas and financial districts. The global automated parking management system market is projected to expand at a CAGR of more than 13.00% between 2018 and 2026.
In terms of technology, the market can be segmented into sensor technology, mobile technology, RFID technology, and other technology. Demand for sensor technology is anticipated to increase significantly during the forecast period due to rapid industrialization in suburban areas and rise in technological advancements in automated parking management systems in the global market.