July 7, 2022
Valet Robot parking system
Valet Robot parking system


As vehicles pile up on the roads, citizens inevitably have to fight traffic jams in their daily lives. This is highlighted by a lack of parking infrastructure and a surge in the population-to-vehicle ratio. The robot valet parking system uses a robot valet that acts as a vehicle transporter to compactly park the vehicle in a given space in the parking space after the driver has loaded the vehicle into the loading box. The Robotic Valet Automated Parking System (APS) provides a solution to the parking problem without special construction for automation.

Existing concrete garages can be transformed into automated parking systems using robotic valet. Since the robotic valet APS requires a concrete floor to provide fire isolation, builders find this acceptable. It can determine the number and location of occupied vehicles without placing sensors in each parking slot. The vacancies in the parking lot are displayed on the LCD screen to benefit the customer.

The central processing unit wirelessly controls the movement of the robot valet and the placement of vehicles in the parking area. We will demonstrate the space efficiency, accuracy, operating speed, safety and cost effectiveness of the proposed parking system. A functional prototype of a robotic valet that parks a loaded vehicle has been built. A TI (Texas Instruments) ARM CORTEX A-8 microprocessor unit embedded in a TI OMAP 3530 application processor is a Unified Technology Learning Platform (UTLP) kit that uses a control unit to wirelessly monitor the movement of a robot valet. When you create a parking slip at the exit, the robot valet automatically collects the vehicle to the customer.

The automated valet parking service is accessible via a smartphone app and does not require a driver. With this, the world’s first fully automated, unmanned SAE level 4 parking function has been officially approved for daily use. Automated valet does not require a driver. With automatic valet parking, the vehicle can be parked at the drop off point in the parking lot without any further thought, and the driver only needs to activate the smartphone app. This establishes a digital connection with the parking lot and calculates a route to the free parking space. The parking spaces targeted by the system are selected according to the size of the vehicle.

Bosch technology in the parking lot is responsible. This includes cameras that recognize suitable empty parking spaces in parking lots, monitor driving aisles and their surroundings, and detect unexpected obstacles or people in the vehicle’s path so that the vehicle can react immediately. The technology in the car translates the commands of the infrastructure into driving maneuvers. At the destination, even when space is tight, parking is fully automatic and no problem. Vehicles are returned in exactly the same way. The collection is activated via the app and the vehicle arrives in time for the signal. It starts right away.