ARNEIS - Specification
This document contains the Functional and Non-Functional requirements for the ARNEIS project.
Copyright and License
This document is Copyright (c) 2021-2022 by the B-AROL-O Team.
ARNEIS: Automated Recognizer, Network-Enabled, Items Sorter - Project Proposal submitted to the OpenCV Spatial AI Contest, 2021-11-20 (PDF, 5 pages)
Definitions, acronyms and abbreviations
Please refer to https://arneis.readthedocs.io/en/latest/acronyms.html for the general acronyms used in the ARNEIS project.
NFR: Non-Functional Requirement
OpenCV: See https://opencv.org/
SysML: Systems Modeling Language. See http://www.sysml.org/
UC: Use case. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Use_case
Q1: How many types of bottles should be recognized?
A1: First hypothesis: At least 5 different types
UC1: End users should login to an internet site where they can submit an order (i.e. a case with 1xA, 2xB)
Result: the case is assembled taking bottles from the warehouse
Minimize the number of motors
(NFR) Create a fun and “brand-izeable” installation making high help of sounds, videos, lights, etc
Design options (to be investigated)
Option for the container: something like the mignon 3x container
The whole installation should fit on a 200 x 90 cm table
The installation should be easy to unassemble and reassemble (to make it easy to transport it in the carry-on luggage)
The installation should be powered up from one single phase 100-240Vac power supply, max 400W
The installation should only use radio frequencies in the ISM band (i.e. 2.54 GHz)
The mechanical design should be based of only official LEGO parts
If no suitable LEGO parts can be identified from the official LEGO catalog, a limited number of 3D-printed parts are allowed. Do not use non-official LEGO products (this may hamper the possibility to feature the MOC in official LEGO fests in the future)
Additionally, beyond the OAK-D-LITE device provided by the organizers, only widely available, off-the shelf electronic devices (such as smart phones, tablets, Raspberry Pi, USB cables etc) should be required
The site for submitting orders should be usable from a mobile phone or tablet (should decide on minimum requirements, but ideally the site is responsive and renders beautifully on a phone)