PalletPro - Automated Warehouse Management and Monitoring System


Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Solution Architecture
  3. Hardware & Software Designs
  4. Testing
  5. Detailed budget
  6. Conclusion
  7. Links



The world of logistics and warehousing has seen a significant transformation with the integration of automation and robotics. In particular, the use of automated pallet jacks has become increasingly vital for efficient material handling within warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing facilities. These automated systems streamline operations by reducing manual labor, enhancing productivity, and ensuring safer working environments.

Our project focuses on the design, development, and implementation of an advanced automated pallet jack system. The primary objective is to create a robust, intelligent, and adaptable pallet jack that can autonomously navigate through warehouse environments, pick up, transport, and drop off pallets with precision and efficiency. Incorporating cutting-edge technology and innovative engineering, this project aims to revolutionize material handling processes, contributing to increased operational efficiency and reduced labor costs for businesses.

Challenges of current system

Advantages of our system

Solution Architecture

High level diagram

The high-level solution architecture for the automated pallet jack comprises three key components.

Ultrasonic Sensors:

Weight Sensors:

WiFi Module:

Hardware and Software Designs

Hardware Design


Testing done on hardware and software, detailed + summarized results

Detailed budget

Item Quantity Unit Cost Total
ESP32 - Wifi Module 1 1500 LKR 1500 LKR
ESP8266 - Wifi Module 6 700 LKR 4200 LKR
L298N Motor Driver 2 430 LKR 860 LKR
HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor 2 250 LKR 500 LKR
Strin Gauge 1 400 LKR 400 LKR


What was achieved, future developments, commercialization plans