The company hopes this will lead to an expanded presence in this market, as well as other global markets.
A commitment to research and development, especially that of new technologies, is reaffirmed by this achievement, the warehouse solutions provider added.
Some of the key features of the vision system solution include deep learning, image processing and sensor control technologies for high-precision sorting of a variety of items.
High-performance industrial cameras that analyse image information are a central feature of the system, with deep-learning algorithms for parcel detection and high-precision positioning enabling accuracy rates of up to 99%, according to Wayzim.
It also integrates parcel tracking and gap calculation algorithms to control manipulators so they can grab and align parcels for backend automated processing.
Through the image stitching of images from multiple cameras and multi-view information fusion technology, the system expands the field of view to adapt to different environments, thus ensuring a stable sorting success rate.
What’s more, the entire sorting system can reportedly process 10,000 items an hour to address the labour-intensive and inefficient issues in traditional express parcel sorting.
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The Fast Sorter was designed to integrate code reading, weighing, measuring and sorting functions to improve logistics processing efficiency.
Comprising industrial cameras, electronic scales, measurement modules, and executing mechanisms, this equipment was developed to automatically recognise item information, measure weight and volume and sort items based on preset rules.
The high-resolution industrial cameras can reportedly read barcodes at a level of 0.25mm, achieving a scanning rate of up to 2,400 times per hour with an accuracy beyond 99%.
Some of the solutions applications in logistics distribution centres include express sorting, e-commerce, large supermarkets and clothing industry return areas.
The machine’s set-up enables a lightweight, plug-and-play deployment approach to let customers assemble into four-in-one, eight-in-one and Z-shaped configurations, based on their individual requirements.
The company hopes to continue its pursuit of new solutions to provide technical support for the development of global intelligent logistics.
The latest developments in robotics and automated technologies for materials handling will be on show at the Robotics and Automation Exhibition, which will be held on 19-20 March 2024 at the NEC Birmingham. Register now to attend the UK’s biggest exhibition dedicated to robotics and automation, which is co-located with Britain’s biggest warehousing show, IntraLogisteX, where Wayzim Technologies will exhibit at Stand 630.