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GB/T 41976-2022
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 53.020.99
CCS J 80
Parking equipment - Intelligent control and management
system
ISSUED ON: OCTOBER 12, 2022
IMPLEMENTED ON: OCTOBER 12, 2022
Issued by: State Administration for Market Regulation;
Standardization Administration of the People’s Republic of China.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 4
2 Normative references ... 4
3 Terms and definitions ... 4
4 Technical requirements ... 5
5 Safety requirements ... 11
6 Inspection ... 13
Appendix A (Normative) Function settings of various parking equipment ... 18
Parking equipment - Intelligent control and management
system
1 Scope
This document specifies the technical requirements, safety requirements and
inspections for intelligent control and management system of parking equipment.
This document applies to horizontal shifting mechanical parking system, stacking
mechanical parking system, vertical lifting mechanical parking system, vertical
circulating mechanical parking system, horizontal circulating mechanical parking
system and multilayer circulating mechanical parking system defined by GB/T 26476.
2 Normative references
The following documents are normatively referenced in this document and are
indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the version corresponding
to that date is applicable to this document; for undated references, the latest version
(including all amendments) is applicable to this document.
GB 17799.3, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Generic standards - Emission
standard for industrial environments
GB 17799.4, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Generic standards - Emission
standard for industrial environments
GB/T 26476, Mechanical parking system - Vocabulary
GB/T 39980-2021, Mechanical parking system - Design rules
3 Terms and definitions
Terms and definitions determined by GB/T 26476 and the following ones are applicable
to this document.
3.1 Parking equipment
General term for the equipment for transporting or parking vehicles in the parking
garage (field).
3.2 Intelligent control system of parking equipment
System, composed of parking equipment controller, sensor, actuator, communication
system and human-machine interaction system, which is used for realizing functions
such as automatic inspection of parking equipment and automatic parking and picking-
up of vehicle.
3.3 Parking equipment management system
Automatic system, composed of parking management platform, parking guidance
information system, charging system, vehicle parking and picking-up system,
reservation system, information publish and information retrieval, which is used for
realizing guidance, recording, parking, and charging of vehicles in the parking
equipment.
3.4 Parking equipment controller
Special-purpose computer which is used for realizing automation or intelligence of
parking equipment by obtaining information such as working state, working parameters
and command executive result of the parking equipment through input interface, output
interface and communication interface.
3.5 Human-machine interaction system
System that realizes information exchange between human and parking equipment
through computer, human-computer interface and other input and output equipment.
3.6 Parking guidance information system
System which is used for uploading data of parking equipment distributed in the same
parking garage (field) to the Internet intelligently, publishing parking data of parking
equipment in real time, and guiding drivers to realize convenient and fast parking,
through technologies such as intelligent detection.
4 Technical requirements
4.1 Parking equipment intelligent control and management system
4.1.1 The design of the parking equipment intelligent control and management system
(hereinafter referred to as “intelligent management system”) shall meet the performance
requirements of the parking equipment.
4.1.2 The intelligent management system shall follow the principles of structured and
modular design, and shall be scalable.
4.1.3 The intelligent management system shall be designed to be composed of a group
of relatively independent and interrelated modules, and the communication between the
modules shall be reliable.
4.3.1.4 Full-automatic mode is used in normal operating state of the equipment. The
intelligent management system automatically completes the process of vehicle parking
and picking-up through operation of the human-computer interaction system such as
pressing buttons or swiping cards. The interaction result shall be fed back to the user in
the form of voice, text, icon or indicator light.
4.3.2 Parking space allocation principles
4.3.2.1 The intelligent management system shall have the setting function of parking
space or user, to optimize the allocation of parking space, and improve the efficiency
of vehicle parking and picking-up.
4.3.2.2 The allocation of parking space for parking equipment should adopt the
principle of the shortest route or time to realize vehicle parking and picking-up.
4.3.2.3 The parking equipment shall be provided with the function of switching priority
mode of vehicle parking (picking-up).
4.3.3 Alarm display and log record
4.3.3.1 When the parking equipment alarms, the faulty information shall be displayed
on the human-machine interaction system in the form of text or figures, and the sound
and light alarm shall be activated at the same time.
4.3.3.2 The intelligent control system of the parking equipment shall set up a fault log
to save fault history records, and the record storage time shall not be less than 90 days.
4.3.4 Requirements for linkage between parking equipment and fire-fighting
facilities during fire alarm
4.3.4.1 The intelligent control system of the parking equipment shall have the function
of receiving fire alarm information.
4.3.4.2 When the parking equipment receives the fire alarm signal, the intelligent
control system shall respond accordingly.
4.3.4.3 After the fire alarm is canceled, the parking equipment shall be able to return to
the normal operating state.
4.3.5 Parking equipment management system
4.3.5.1 User type
The user types of the charging system include hourly-renting users and temporary users.
4.3.5.2 Payment method
The payment methods of the charging system include cash payment and electronic
payment.
4.3.5.3 Queuing function
During the peak hours of picking up cars, the function of queuing to pick up cars shall
be set up, and the queuing information should be displayed on the human-computer
interaction equipment or the parking guidance information system.
4.3.5.4 Video surveillance and storage function
Cameras shall be installed at the entrances and exits of the parking equipment,
management rooms, elevators in the garage, carriers, and other main sections. The
installation location and quantity shall be able to ensure the observation of each
vehicle’s entry and exit, as well as the parking and picking-up process, so as to realize
real-time monitoring of the garage, and automatically store the surveillance video,
where the storage time shall not be less than 30 days.
4.3.5.5 Intelligent management system interface
The interface capability of the intelligent management system shall meet the following
requirements:
a) Support functional configuration requirements – it shall be able to support wired
and/or wireless transmission methods, and should reserve expansion interfaces;
b) Support one or more communication interfaces, such as Ethernet, RS485/232/422
and other interfaces.
4.3.5.6 Data collection and historical records
The parking equipment management system shall have a data collection and historical
records of not less than 1 year, shall have the function of statistics statement in days,
weeks, and months, and shall include but not limited to the following contents:
a) parking and picking-up records at the entrance and exit;
b) equipment operation log records;
c) abnormal protection and fault records;
d) data statistics and storage;
e) query of historical data;
f) user management logs.
4.3.5.7 Parking equipment management system settings
The settings of the parking equipment management system shall include at least the
following functions:
for vehicle parking, the intelligent management system shall automatically
reserve a parking space and save the reservation information. When making an
appointment for vehicle picking-up, the intelligent management system shall
automatically activate the equipment for vehicle picking-up. The result of the
remote reservation shall be fed back to the user in the form of voice or text.
4.4.3 Remote service system
4.4.3.1 The remote service system shall have the function of remote diagnosis. When a
failure occurs on site, the remote service system shall be able to be started in time to
perform remote diagnosis on the site equipment.
4.4.3.2 The remote service system should have the function of fault information push.
When the parking equipment fails, the faulty information should be pushed to the
relevant personnel immediately.
4.4.4 Parking guidance information system
4.4.4.1 The parking guidance information system shall be able to automatically collect
the real-time data of the parking equipment, and have the function of intelligent
allocation and guidance.
4.4.4.2 The parking guidance information system shall display the available parking
space data and route guidance of the parking equipment in real time.
4.4.4.3 When guiding more than one parking entrance, the parking guidance
information system shall be able to automatically allocate the parking entrance, guide
quickly, and avoid car congestion.
4.4.4.4 The parking guidance information system shall display eye-catching guidance
information, such as garage number, entrance number, license plate, etc.
4.4.5 License plate recognition system
4.4.5.1 The license plate recognition system shall recognize the license plate number
conveniently, quickly and accurately and compare the vehicle images.
4.4.5.2 The license plate recognition system shall have manual confirmation and
correction measures.
4.4.6 Information retrieval function
The parking equipment management system shall be able to reversely query the storage
location and storage time of the vehicle through information such as the license plate,
card number, and biometrics.
4.4.7 Information push function
The parking equipment management system shall support the push of parking
equipment data for third-party smart parking platforms or other management platforms.
5 Safety requirements
5.1 General
In addition to meeting the requirements of 9.7, 9.10 and 9.11 in GB/T 39980-2021, the
intelligent management system shall also meet the requirements of 5.2 ~ 5.8.
5.2 Control system software
5.2.1 Action precondition logic design
The parking equipment controller shall complete the control system self-inspection
before the parking equipment starts, so as to ensure the normal operation of the sensors,
actuators and communication, and ensure the normal operation of the parking
equipment.
5.2.2 Operation safety check
The parking equipment shall be inspected for safety during operation, including but not
limited to the following inspections:
a) Detection of operation time of each actuator, to prevent over-travel operation or
premature operation stop;
b) Current detection of each motor, to prevent the motor from overloading;
c) Interlock condition detection required for the safe operation of each actuator;
d) Detection of various interactive information, invalid processing of abnormal
interactive information.
5.3 Management system software
5.3.1 The management system shall have the function of preventing users from
obtaining access information beyond their authority, and strictly limit the access,
download authority and scope of use of information.
5.3.2 The management system shall have a storage protection function, to prevent users
from reading and writing in storage areas outside the specified range.
5.3.3 Under no circumstances shall the management system expose important
information such as passwords and authorization forms.
5.3.4 The management system shall have a detailed log function for recording copies
of information.
Set the control system to manual mode, operate the operation buttons or switches
corresponding to each component of the parking equipment, and confirm whether each
component is operating at a low speed.
6.3.2 Single-step mode
Set the control system to single-step mode, operate the operation buttons or switches
corresponding to each component of the parking equipment, and confirm whether each
component completes an action process according to the set parameters and target
position.
6.3.3 Full-automatic mode
Set the control system to full-automatic mode. On the premise of ensuring that all
components in the parking equipment are in normal operation and safe, drive the vehicle
to the entrance of the parking equipment. The operator shall input the stored parking
number or swipe the card through the human-computer interaction equipment, press the
confirm button for vehicle parking, and observe whether the equipment is automatically
started, to automatically park the vehicle on parking place input by the button or
allocated by swiping card. After vehicle parking is completed on the equipment, input
the parking space number just stored on the human-computer interaction device or
swipe the card again; observe whether the equipment starts to run automatically; pick
up the vehicle from the parking space, and drive to the exit of the parking equipment.
6.4 Parking space allocation
Randomly select 5 parking spaces and check them in the software to confirm whether
the tasks automatically generated by the intelligent management system meet the
requirements of 4.3.2.
6.5 Alarm display
When the parking equipment elevator or carrier is unloaded, operate the emergency
stop switch or other safety protection devices to verify whether the control system
alarms and whether the relevant alarm content is clearly displayed.
6.6 Alarm log record
Retrieve the fault data of the parking equipment, and check whether the faults saved in
the intelligent management system are saved in the format of
year/month/day/hour/minute/second, and not less than 90 days.
6.7 Fire alarm and control
Start the parking equipment, simulate the fire system to send out an alarm signal, and
check whether the parking equipment responds accordingly.
6.8 Payment method
Set the control system to full-automatic mode. On the premise of ensuring that all
components in the parking equipment are in normal operation and safe, drive the vehicle
to the entrance of the parking equipment, and observe whether the license plate
recognition camera at the entrance correctly recognizes the license plate and displays
the license plate correctly through the human-computer interaction equipment. The
operator, after pressing the confirmation button for parking, shall observe whether the
equipment starts automatically, to park the vehicle in a fixed parking space or a
randomly assigned parking space automatically. After vehicle parking is completed on
the equipment, input the license plate of the vehicle that has just been stored on the
human-computer interaction equipment; observe whether the equipment starts to run
automatically; pick up the vehicle from the parking space and drive to the exit of the
equipment.
6.13.2 Biometric feature recognition mode
Set the control system to full-automatic mode. On the premise of ensuring that all
components in the parking equipment are in normal operation and safe, drive the vehicle
to the entrance of the parking equipment. The operator shall have face recognition or
fingerprint input on the human-computer interaction equipment, press the confirm
button for vehicle parking, and observe whether the equipment is automatically started,
to automatically park the vehicle in a fixed parking space or a randomly assigned
parking space. After vehicle parking is completed on the equipment, enter the face or
fingerprint on the human-computer interaction equipment; observe whether the
equipment starts to run automatically; pick up the vehicle from the parking space; drive
it to the exit of the equipment.
6.13.3 Remote reservation
Through the remote terminal application software, operate the reservation for parking;
observe whether the parking equipment receives the reservation information and
automatically reserve a parking space. Make an appointment for vehicle picking-up;
observe whether the parking equipment receives the reservation information and
automatically starts up the equipment. The result of the operation shall have
corresponding feedback in the application software.
6.14 Remote service system
Switch on the parking equipment remote service system; simulate the failure alarm of
the parking equipment; check whether the remote service system has received the
failure information sent by the parking equipment, and whether the relevant personnel
have received the failure information pushed by the intelligent management system.
6.15 Parking guidance information system
In a parking lot equipped with a parking guidance information system, drive a vehicle
to the general entrance of the parking lot, and check whether the parking guidance
information system prompts the vehicle owner with the vehicle parking entrance
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(Above excerpt was released on 2022-12-16, modified on 2022-12-16, translated/reviewed by: Wayne Zheng et al.)
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