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Garment Counting in a Textile Warehouse by Means of a Laser Imaging System
AbstractTextile logistic warehouses are highly automated mechanized places where control points are needed to count and validate the number of garments in each batch. This paper proposes and describes a low cost and small size automated system designed to count the number of garments by processing an image of the corresponding hanger hooks generated using an array of phototransistors sensors and a linear laser beam. The generated image is processed using computer vision techniques to infer the number of garment units. The system has been tested on two logistic warehouses with a mean error in the estimated number of hangers of 0.13%.
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Martínez-Sala, A.S.; Sánchez-Aartnoutse, J.C.; Egea-López, E. Garment Counting in a Textile Warehouse by Means of a Laser Imaging System. Sensors 2013, 13, 5630-5648.View more citation formats
Martínez-Sala AS, Sánchez-Aartnoutse JC, Egea-López E. Garment Counting in a Textile Warehouse by Means of a Laser Imaging System. Sensors. 2013; 13(5):5630-5648.Chicago/Turabian Style
Martínez-Sala, Alejandro S.; Sánchez-Aartnoutse, Juan C.; Egea-López, Esteban. 2013. "Garment Counting in a Textile Warehouse by Means of a Laser Imaging System." Sensors 13, no. 5: 5630-5648.
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