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How It Works

How to weigh 10,000 tons in a few days but  avoid a gigantic logistical operation involving men and equipment?  Avoiding a prolonged operational stoppage at very high costs and loss of profitability but needing to get high reliability results with low margin of error?

  • The process consists of a laser scan whose result is a cloud of points that reproduces the scanned object. The process uses techniques common to conventional topography
  • RGIS transform the point cloud into volume. (Software Cloud Compare)
  • Separate and identify at least 10 samples of 1 kg
  • Identify the density - It is how much a sample weighs within a known volume. For example: How much does a sample of soy weigh in a 1 litre container
  • Determine the weight by volume x density = weight
  • Providing visual as well as data reporting


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Why RGIS?

​Because we want your inventory counted successfully.

  • High reliability results with low margin of error
  • The technology to count your bulk products
  • Counts that fit in with your schedule
  • Reporting in the format that you need
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CASE STUDIES

Click here to read more case studies showing how RGIS helped and supported businesses across the country and globally

CASE STUDY SPOTLIGHT

Online Fulfilment Centre Stock Accuracy Variance Reporting

Warehouse that has had a wall to wall count