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RFID parking lot monitor.
Updated: Jun 01, 2013 Jesus T1
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RFID parking lot monitor.
This image, amazingly, was not forged. Monterrey, Mexico - one of the "nice" parts of the city.
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My project proposes inclusion of RFID tags in license plates and in parking lot spots. The uses are more than I can currently state or even imagine, but my main motivation is to safekeep those specially-designated spots that are supposed to offer disabled and struggling people a closer, easier and safer place to park.
I ask you to picture a parking lot where an alarm is triggered if someone who is not disabled (and therefore does not have a "disabled" RFID tag in his license plate) parks his vehicle at a specially-designated parking spot. Imagine that, after the alarm is triggered and the person decides to ignore it since it will surely eventually stop, the parking lot automatically tickets the driver knowing exactly who is registered as the owner of the car. Imagine, then, that the person takes a long time in the mall or whatever -someone could drive in who needed the spot, but a ticket won't make it all better for him- so a tow truck would be signaled after 15 min. to move the car.

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