Description:Smart PGS is a system that a device that is hanging off a rail under parking lot ceiling to monitor parking spaces using camera. It monitors 6 - 12 spaces (3 - 4 per side), hence two cameras. And it shows vacancy (Green) or full (Red) or special condition ( Blue ) to guide driver for a parking spot.
Wants:Two pictures of similar product are attached to the contest as examples. And I am also attaching a product that I like to follow but must look more modern, following similar design rules. Include Nexvision logo (either symbol or wordmark) in the design.
#23 Smart Parking System Concept 1 by Gregorius Giga
#28 Smart Parking System Concept 1 by Gregorius Giga
#12 PGS Design 2 v3 by Nathan M
#16 Hex-PGS by sharad_prateek
- SolidWorks 2016 — 4mm Bolt
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- SolidWorks 2016 — Camera-
- SolidWorks 2016 — Hex
- SolidWorks 2016 — Cap
- SolidWorks 2016 — Hex
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- SolidWorks 2016 — Hex-Rail
- SolidWorks 2016 — Rail-2x1.5 in
- SolidWorks 2016 — T-Bolt Bottom
- SolidWorks 2016 — T-Bolt
- SolidWorks 2016 — T-Bolt-Nut
- SolidWorks 2016 — Render-Hex with Rail
- SolidWorks 2016 — Render-Hex with Rail-Front
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