file, remember the implementation of various packing algorithms, including the SHELF-NF (next shelf) packing algorithm, where is the orientation.
This packing algorithm is characterized by two enhancements:
– using preliminary access to the position image with the possibility and
– conditional location of the entire image after packaging
Packing with position display with condition
An example of packaging with the display of a position with a conditional location
Position packing with surface graphics then
Example of packing by surface image
Packing position along the contour then
Packing position with the implementation of the flood
Showcase of self-service stores. Solution for SHEF-NADO.
The integration of an existing solution for packaging in any form (at the level of packaging of goods) into the SHED-NDO (Selection-Display-Synchronization) system made it possible to solve the following tasks:
technology for continuous process control and, in many ways, the exception
the possibility of using errors associated with the disorder of the solution;
gaining experience with packaging various types of goods and calculating the time required for
performing a packing operation.
Processes for packaging goods in various stores
The most typical cases
When packing in self-service stores, various products are offered in self-service stores. In particular, the following products are very popular in small self-sufficiency stores:
large meat products;
apples and pears;
frozen semi-finished products;
To carry out the packaging procedure, in which the product is placed in a specific container, it is first necessary to set information about the product and in which container it needs to be placed in the SHEG (SHEF – Store-Assisted Grocery) system. For example, for sausages and other products with a high moisture content (dairy products, yogurts, etc.), it is planned to provide such information in the system, changing which will change the list of containers in which the goods will be placed.
Then, in accordance with information about the goods (for example, by a barcode), the type of container that will be used to store a particular product will be determined. In this case, for sausage products, as the heaviest, a larger container will be used, and for dairy products, smaller containers, for the reason that more effort is required to load the container into the separation of products of smaller and larger sizes.
Next, the container will be placed in a packaging machine.