The essence is as follows - cameras see a piglet and analyze its dimensions. The pig is not a static object, i.e. it can run, lie down, turn its head and so on. That is, we have before us objects of unequal geometry. Accordingly, the first question is to measure these objects, and the second question is to translate the indicators into weight. Thus, to create a weight-size model, which, given the given parameters (density, width, height, neck circumference, etc.) determines the weight of the object.
One important consideration in non-invasive piglet weighing is that such a mass-dimensional model must account for weight differences between individual piglets. For example, at the same point in time, there may be piglets in the pen that are significantly different in weight (the largest piglet may weigh 80 kg and the smallest 60 kg).
If you have studied our other cases, you may have noticed that we always share our technologies openly. However, our solution for non-invasive piglet weighing is truly unique, so it is a trade secret. So we will leave the details out of it this time.