Design and Manufacturing of an Industrial Autonomous Controlled Separation System
Efe Çetin Yılmaz
Kilis 7 Aralık University Faculty of Engineering Department of Mechanical Engineering
Barış Cangüleç
Uğurcan Acar


Autonomous control
System design and programming
Microprocessor and Color Sensor

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Yılmaz, E., Cangüleç, B., & Acar, U. (2021). Design and Manufacturing of an Industrial Autonomous Controlled Separation System. International Journal of Innovative Research and Reviews, 5(1), 31-37. Retrieved from


Today, the human population is constantly increasing and production facilities and factories are constantly being built to meet the needs of people. Factories work 24 hours a day using manpower and autonomous systems to meet human needs. Although autonomous systems are used in factories, manpower is still dominant. Because manpower is at the forefront and the lack of autonomous systems during product packaging processes in the factories in the production area, production slows down and workers who have to carry heavy products can be overcome from time to time. In this study scope, we have designed our smart factory project, which will reduce manpower and bring technological power to the fore to increase production speed, prevent human errors and human diseases. This study scope separates the objects coming from the production line according to their color and transmits them to the transport car, and we transfer each product to its warehouse with this transport car, so we aim to accelerate production and respond to human needs more quickly and to minimize accidents due to heavy loads. In this study design and manufacturing of an industrial autonomous controlled separation system, which consists of two parts, will load the products on the transport truck after separating them and transmit the products to their warehouses autonomously. The number of products packed life will be transmitted to the engineer controlling the warehouse information via PC via C#, and it can be intervened in case of any develop a fault thanks to the impression of C# over the PC.

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