Design and Implementation of Autonomous Trolley with E Billing

Authors

  • Hira Beenish College of Computing & Information Sciences, Karachi Institute of Economics & Technology, Karachi
  • Saman Khan College of Computing & Information Sciences, Karachi Institute of Economics & Technology, Karachi.
  • Wasif Mairaj College of Computing & Information Sciences, Karachi Institute of Economics & Technology, Karachi.
  • Muhammad Fahad College of Computing & Information Sciences, Karachi Institute of Economics & Technology, Karachi.

Keywords:

Smart trolley, E-billing, RFID, Internet of things, LCD, Internet Banking

Abstract

Shopping became one of the most important tasks that people conduct on a daily basis. A mart is a place where various things can be purchased within a roof. Customers must patiently wait in lengthy lines, especially on weekends, until it is their turn. Due to people's busy schedules, this is a time-consuming process that leaves them exhausted and dissatisfied with the services provided at the checkout counters. We proposed and implemented an autonomous trolley with an electronic billing system. The proposed and developed system is separated into two sections, the first section consists of RFID tags and camera-based product scanning and detection, while the second section consists of bill generation and e-payment. The second output is of a shopping receipt, which was printed using a thermal printer effectively, and smart trolley-based bill detection will be accomplished. This self-billing is a new technology that can present us with numerous advantages. Currently, everyone is familiar with e-payments, and because our system is also based on direct bank transactions. This smart trolley-based bill detection will ultimately be accomplished through the user's bank and Jazz Cash. Automated trolley systems are designed to provide customers with knowledge about their collected items and decision-making abilities based on prior purchase patterns in order to ensure a hassle-free shopping experience.  

Author Biography

Hira Beenish, College of Computing & Information Sciences, Karachi Institute of Economics & Technology, Karachi

The model of designed trolley is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wV6gCHjIUWw 

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2022-06-30

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Beenish, H., Saman Khan, Wasif Mairaj, & Muhammad Fahad. (2022). Design and Implementation of Autonomous Trolley with E Billing. International Journal of Innovations in Science & Technology, 4(3), 670–682. Retrieved from https://journal.50sea.com/index.php/IJIST/article/view/338

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