We are in an era of MEMS and NEMS, to be precise a product with lean and an integral of `n' number of electromechanical elements. For example, nearly 80% of components are electrical/electronics in an automobile unit. This leads to think on the future market, that would witness a paradigm shift from Mechanical centric systems to Mechatronics systems. An approach was implemented in this paper to see through how a measurement of physical parameter can be dealt with principles of Mechatronics. Measurement of heavy duty vehicles payload is a concern, as there exists a difficulty in identifying the location and capacity of weigh bridge units. To address this issue an experimental and simulation approach was adopted to quantify/correlate the results.