Do you want to know more about PC Scales CS-2255 Self-Service with Computer Vision?

Data in mm

A 380
B 385
C 600

Plate dimensions: L360 x W280 mm.
Weight with packaging: 18.6 kg.

Main characteristics

This self-service* PC scale solution helps, by means of a camera and an computer vision system, to recognise the product placed on the plate, contributing significantly to the reduction of shrinkage of fruit and vegetables, and improving the customer experience in the supermarket.

The solution consists of:

  • CS-2200 Series self-service* PC scale with computer vision kit.
  • gFresh system to support the identification of the product placed on the scale: when a product is placed on the plate, the system suggests 1 or several candidates depending on the certainty of detection, with a maximum of 8 candidates displayed. If the system does not detect any relevant product, it will display the conventional self-service screen.

* Note: the artificial vision solution is valid for the CS-2200 series table-top self-service scales, it is not applicable for totem self-service scales.

Requirements for the correct functioning of the solution

  • Availability of information on the catalogue of products to be detected prior to start the implementation.
  • Adequate and constant lighting in the area where the gFresh scales are located.
  • Use of CS-2200 series self-service PC scales equipped with the computer vision kit.
  • Ensuring internet connection windows on the scales for learning, monitoring and updating of the system (minimum bandwidth required: 10 Mb/s).
    Although internet connection via wifi is possible, Dibal always recommends a wired connection.
  • Use of transparent or translucent bags without printing for the products to be weighed.

Options for the Computer Vision solution in CS-2200

  • Generic mode (recommended): standard model that includes the most common fruits and vegetables. It is quicker to set up.
  • Ad-hoc mode: specific development for the client, with training of the system from scratch with their particular products; requires a longer implementation time.

Phases and licences

The artificial vision solution also requires the following phases and annual licences:

  • Phase 1: Pilot. Installation and configuration of the scales with the kit + image capture and labelling + initial training + initial validation + activation + optimisation of the model + pilot finalisation.
    • Generic model: Minimum of 2 stores and 6 scales.
    • Ad-hoc model: Minimum of 4 stores and 12 scales.
  • Phase 2: Deployment and continuous improvement. Training of new products + improvement of the results obtained + implementation of new functionalities.
    • Generic model: Minimum of 50 annual licences (SaaS). Extra licence per each additional scale. 
    • Ad-hoc model: Minimum of 200 annual licences (SaaS). Extra licence per each additional scale.

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