Object Detection and Sorting using IoT

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Mr. Dharmesh Dhabliya, Ms. Ritika Dhabalia


Color based object sorting has a significant impact in food and processing Industries. Hand picking process in sorting the huge number of objects in industry is very common and laborious task, and time consuming as well, which needs many labors and this conventional method is prone to error. The proposed work aims to replace the hand-picking process by Industrial Internet of Things. The goal of the technique is to sort and count the objects in to different bins accord to their color. A Color sensor, TCS 230 will identify the object and with the help of motors they are made to drop into different bins. The identification of the object is made with the help of frequency concept. As it known that different colors have different wave lengths, so are the different frequencies (f=c/?). For each frequency, the motor rotates to different angles and thus container is attached to motor is also made to rotate to a certain angle, and the object is made to drop into the bin by a jerk. This action details regarding number of objects manufactured are sent to the IoT server, where the vendor and customer will know the details remotely. This proposed work finds a wide range of usage in fruit industry (to pick the unripen fruit), in candy industry, in grain industry (to remove the black stones from the grains), in recycling industry. 


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Mr. Dharmesh Dhabliya, Ms. Ritika Dhabalia. (2014). Object Detection and Sorting using IoT. International Journal of New Practices in Management and Engineering, 3(04), 01–04. https://doi.org/10.17762/ijnpme.v3i04.31