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i need some help with this draft paper from 20 to 25

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Handicap Barcode Introduction A society comprises of people with different capabilities. In the context of body development, there are well built people and disabled persons who face comparatively more difficulties while attempting to adapt to the normal environment. This main objective of this project is to address the challenges which the disabled face in most car park places. Some advancements suggested in the car park system include special car parks, introduction of barcode system, and a database of disabled people. Methodology In acquiring information pertaining the challenges that the disabled undergo in the parking places and their possible solution, wide reading and consultation were required. Therefore, secondary sources such as research article, books websites, magazines and newspapers, and publications were the main sources of information. I also had to visit various parking places to observe and interview people those places. I managed to collect a lot of information that enabled me to come up with a feasible solution to the problem. Findings The research conformed that disabled people were struggling a lot to put up with the normal parking system. The project identified various possible solutions to the problem. To deal with the shortcomings, the project aims at developing a handicap barcode mounted on the car front and a barcode reader places at the entrance of the handicap parking and linked to a database of people with disabilities. Every person with a disability and owns a vehicle will be given a unique barcode with his or her information stored in the database. This will ensure that people with disabilities have special parking facilities whose accessibility will be controlled automatically. The disabled database information will be available to every car parking system with frequent updates. Hassan Hijlis Problem statement The car parking system in the most parts of the world is insensitive to the special needs of disabled people making their lives more difficult. They must fight for them to park their vehicles. The waste a lot of time, undergo mental and psychological torture, and risk causing accidents. This is quite unethical and unfair to them. Conclusion Recognition of the challenges that the disabled face during parking and adopting this project in dealing with them will guarantee a comfortable and safe environment for everyone. The well abled people should unite in advocating for the rights of the disabled for comfortable and safe living. https://www.vantagemobility.com/blog/accessible-parking-etiquette https://www.myparkingsign.com/MPS/Handicap-Parking-Signs.aspx https://www.rfidjournal.com/articles/view?14043 http://smartparkingsystems.com/en/sensor/ https://www.urbiotica.com/en/producto/u-spot-2/ https://www.softeq.com/sensor_design?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIx67q4KDe3QIVQ7XACh32Fw4 HEAAYASAAEgKY2fD_BwE http://www.nexteraenergy.com/company.html?cid=ee2018sea152 http://ira.lib.polyu.edu.hk/handle/10397/822 https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/4368108 http://www.ijetsr.com/images/short_pdf/1495021347_nitttr888_ijetsr.pdf https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/713683959 https://patents.google.com/patent/US4970379A/en https://patents.google.com/patent/US5237161A/en https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264275107000224 https://trid.trb.org/view/1185864 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09687599727010 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09687599727010 http://www.popcenter.org/problems/bicycle_theft/PDFs/Chenery_etal_1999.pdf https://easyparkgroup.com/parking-operators-and-cities/digital-parking/ https://paylock.com/parkingsolutions/digital-permits/ https://medium.com/@imprensadigipare/benefits-of-using-a-digital-parking-solution-1722c6cde37f http://www.mobilityonetransportation.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI4LuqjamB3gIVUdbACh01vg6gEAAYAS AAEgJMnfD_BwE http://theconversation.com/are-self-driving-cars-the-future-of-mobility-for-disabled-people-84037 https://medium.com/@mobility4eu/disabled-people-spoke-about-their-benefits-and-requirements-onautonomous-cars-232cdb73f197 Hijlis 1 Hassan Hijlis Cindi SEP 28 2018 Handicap Barcode Handicap parking is a parking which is aimed at helping the disable people. However, people do not pay attention as they still park in these handicap parking. This problem where anyone can park of this parking needs to be addressed. Handicap sensor operates by use of sensors I.e. before the entrance opens, there is sensor that first reads the vehicle’s number plate. If the car belongs to a handicap, the parking opens. The main reason for this project is to help tackle and handle all those who misuse the handicap parking space. The outline is more a simplified version of the handicap parking. I. Introduction of the project. A. Discuss the reasons for this project, which group of people is the project aimed at assisting. B. Application of this project in real life situation. C. Cost viability and affordability. II. Advantages and disadvantages of handicap parking A. Discuss all the advantages of the handicap parking as compared to normal parking. B. Discuss all the disadvantages of the handicap parking as compared to normal parking. 1) How can demerits be addressed. III. Design Hijlis 2 A. Discuss the design used in making the handicap parking. The design should include all photos and explanations of how various sensors shall be oriented. 1) Positions of the sensor and gates. a. Types of sensors used in the design. b. Function of each types of a sensor used in this design. 2) Design improvements of this project. 3) Cost implication of the design used. VI. conclusion A. Summarize the handicap parking, the reasons used, materials used, their advantages and disadvantages. ...
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Hassan Hijlis
Cindi Albrighson
Senior Capstone
OCT 17 2018

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Abstract
In almost all parking in either private or public facilities, there are always spaces slotted
for the people with disabilities. According to the guidelines and other regulations controlling the
parking, only people with disabilities are allowed to park in these special slots. However, this is
not always the case, people do park at these parking making it hard for the handicap to find or
locate places they can park. This project is aimed at trying to come with a way of restricting or
rather making sure that unintended people do not use the handicap parking slots. In order for this
project to be a success, several types of sensors linked with an online register for the handicap
and an automated lever will be employed. Modern parking spaces are usually computerized and
requires little supervision and human labor. This idea would be fit to build and construct
contemporary parking spaces which have strict adherence when it comes to handicap parking
slots.

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Contents
Abstract........................................................................................................................................................ 2
Background of the Study ............................................................................................................................ 4
Automated Handicap Parking ............................................................................................................... 4
Handicap parking abuse ........................................................................................................................ 5
Problem Statement ................................................................................................................................. 8
Research Objectives ............................................................................................................................... 8
General objectives ................................................................................................................................ 8
Specific objectives................................................................................................................................ 8
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................. 9
Definition of Project: Handicap Parking ............................................................................................ 10
Previous studies ......................................................................................................................................... 11
Methodology .......................................................................................................................................... 13
Findings ................................................................................................................................................. 13
Automated handicap parking .............................................................................................................. 13
Possible areas of failure...................................................................................................................... 17
CHAPTER THREE .................................................................................................................................. 18
Application ............................................................................................................................................ 18
Recommendations................................................................................................................................. 18
Conclusion ............................................................................................................................................. 18
References .................................................................................................................................................. 19

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Background of the Study
Automated Handicap Parking
Automated handicap parking slots is basically a designated or preserved parking slots in
the parking area that is meant to be used by the disabled people in the society that is operated
largely by the computers. Handicap or disabled parking slot is a requirement for any social, private
or public place with car park. Usually, the slots are illustrated using some special sign and this
makes them easier to be located by the disabled people.

The photo above shows a designated handicap parking in a public institution.
Nevertheless, handicap parking slots have been abused and misused in many societies despite of
the signs and special treatment the slots have been given to prompt the appropriate use. Although
handicapped parking is necessary and of essence since most disabled people use private means
for transportation, it is sad to note that many able-bodied people misuse these spaces,
subsequently leading to inconvenience and...

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