Automated Dimension Measurement System

  • Kakirde S
  • Jain S
  • Kaondal S
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In this fast-paced world, it is inevitable that the manual labor employed in industries will be replaced by their automated counterparts. There are a number of existing solutions which deal with object dimensions estimation but only a few of them are suitable for deployment in the industry. The reason being the trade-off between the cost, time for processing, accuracy and system complexity. The proposed system aims to automate the mentioned tasks with the help of a single camera and a line laser module for each conveyor belt setup using laser triangulation method to measure the height and edge detection algorithm for measuring the length and breadth of the object. The minimal use of equipment makes the system simple, power and time efficient. The proposed system has an average error of around 3% in the dimension estimation.




Kakirde, S., Jain, S., Kaondal, S., Kumbhare, R., & Das, R. (2021). Automated Dimension Measurement System. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 10(5), 163–169.

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