Keywords:smart, cart, motor, code, system, autonomous, sensors, brake, batteries, wheels, framing, vehicles
Summary: The Smart Cart is made to prevent accidents in the parking lot and be able to avoid shopping carts. We tried our best to make a miniature sized cart as a team. We put sensors in front of the cart that sense anything from 3-8 inches and stops if it gets close.
Problem Statement: Stray carts left in parking lots tend to roll away and hit cars.
Problem Justification: Its a large safety measure and it's our duty to lower the amount of damage cars may take while parked in the parking lot. It would be a relatively low cost to implement, but may require some time to build. After the building is complete it may take time to advertise our equipment.
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