Thesis Archive

Design and Implementation of an Automated Bagging and Checkout Counter System (2013)

ESG-01-1213-08

Abcede, Lendl Nikolo Hernando, Paul Alexis Kamdon, Jason Chee Marquez, Ian Christopher Sim, John Patrick

Abstract:

-In supermarkets, there is a huge margin of inaccuracy that can be attributed to human error. This includes the possibility of incorrect price, loss of goods and unreliable sorting of goods. Let's also take into account the amount of manpower and labor that goes into the process. The group's project is an insight into implementing an automated checkout counter and bagging system to reduce the margin of error. The project targets to present a more efficient checkout system in supermarkets by decreasing the amount of manpower. Information on how the automated bagging and checkout counter is built and how it works is presented.

Correspondence:

Aaron Don Africa
aaron.africa@dlsu.edu.ph