Apart from the price and location of different parking lots, for which the information could be collected using Google Maps, Parko provides drivers with the real-time availability of parking spots in each lot, as well as the restriction and size of the specific spot. We assume that all data is collected by the real-time cameras in the parking lot, the sensors on the car and each spot.
We need to consider if the technology is feasible and viable to collect all the data we need, and if it is desirable for the stakeholder to invest Parko.
We try to eliminate distractions caused by the AR windshield display to drivers in our design by using a voice-control system and making the interface simple and clear so that drivers know the information they need immediately at first glance. However, there are still concerns about incorporating AR technology into the car, and whether it would interfere with the reality and cause dangers while driving.
Do research on the voice-control system and incorporate it more into our design. However, we need to consider the accuracy of voice system recognizing driver's demand. What's more, sometimes it is easier for drivers to make decisions through the touchscreen. Therefore, we need to consider drivers use what action in different scenarios. We also need to do more user research about drivers' behaviors and reactions with AR heads-up display while driving.
Due to the time constraint, we only focused on designing the interface for a reactant's scenario.
Think more scenarios and design interactions between drivers and the system. For example, if the driver is not satisfied with the first parking lot the system chooses, how does the driver see more options and select the one he wants to go?