Certified Volume Measurement

Efficient, smooth Processes based on automatic 3D Volume Measurement

In today's world, it is of vital importance to optimize flows of goods, as time and money can only be saved by processing goods efficiently.

Fully-automated DWS system (Dimensioning-Weighing-Scanning-System)
Fully-automated DWS system (Dimensioning-Weighing-Scanning-System)


Whether you are a logistics or postal service provider, mail order company or retailer, distributor or industry partner, VITRONIC's automated volume measurement systems ensure that logistical processes can be optimized so that costs are reduced.

For example, postal service providers use the system to automatically match client parcel information with measured data. Others deploy the system to calculate transport capacities and optimize vehicle loads. This results in improved utilization and route planning. Which, in turn, saves transport costs and cuts CO2 emissions. The fully-automated volume measurement system also provides data that indicates where there is potential for improvement. For example, the data gathered may feed into statistics that form the basis for optimizing internal flows of goods.

It doesn't matter which sector you operate in: For any challenging machine vision task, VITRONIC is the ideal partner.

VITRONIC Dr.-Ing. Stein
Bildverarbeitungssysteme GmbH


Hasengartenstraße 14
65189 Wiesbaden
Germany

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VIPAC Dimensioning

VITRONIC's fully-automated volume measurement system optimizes material flow and ensures top throughput rates.


 
 
 
Application report - VIPAC - Identification of export and import shipments at Korean Post
application/pdf / 2 MB
Application report - VIPAC - Identification of export and import shipments at Korean Post
Application report - VIPAC - Laser scanners are out, cameras are in
application/pdf / 606 KB
Application report - VIPAC - Laser scanners are out, cameras are in