How it works

LoadMon constructs a full 3D model of the truck, measures the dimensions of the truck, analyzes characteristics of the load and calculates the volumes. The process can be fully automated or run under operator supervision. Once the process has been started no human intervention required.


1. Detect

When the truck arrives and has been detected by the system, the application will display a license plate number of the truck and additional information such as waybill, contract, vendor and load details. The system is ready to start scanning.

2. Capture

The sensors capture millions of points that are used to build a three-dimensional model of a truck. When the truck passes the sensor, the system will automatically stop capturing and proceed the next stage.

3. Pre-process

The system performs basic processing of the collected data and constructs the 3D model of the truck. The model is ready in about 10-15 seconds after scanning completion and can be viewed by operator if required. Once this stage is ready, the system will start the next stage, but it is ready to accept another truck.

4. Analyze

At this stage, the system will accurately analyze the collected data, measure log packs, calculate dimensions, volumes, diameters and check for errors. All of the above is done without human intervention.

5. Results & auditing

Web application allows operators to view results, including detailed information about the truck and the load. Each scan contains side and top images of the truck and segments. In addition, a full 3D model of the truck is available. Users can post comments, check invoice information and create reports.

LoadMon is designed for seamless integration with any other apps, services or databases. Thanks to this flexibility, virtually any component of the solution can be integrated with existing client systems.