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Imaging technologies in food and beverage inspection

Now available on-demand


Covering infrared and hyperspectral techniques, this webcast looks at how imaging technologies are being used across a wide range of food and beverage applications to improve quality control.

Speakers and presentations

Raf Vandersmissen
Product Manager, Xenics

Infrared enabled inspection applications for the food & beverage industry
Inspection applications remain a key focus for those in the food and beverage industry. Consistent quality and standards for food products is a requirement for many countries worldwide. Keeping unwanted or dangerous materials out of production processes ensures the delivery of products in accordance with quality and safety standards. Leveraging the latest technologies also improves yield, productivity and cost efficiency, giving companies who invest in them the edge in a highly competitive market. This presentation concentrates on current infrared technologies and how they can be used in this area.

Mark Williamson 
Managing Director, Stemmer

How machine learning and hyperspectral imaging are advancing food and beverage inspection.

There are two elephants in the room when it comes to food and beverage inspection. Firstly, unlike manufactured parts, organic foodstuffs have high levels of variance making direct inspection challenging and problematic. Secondly, many types of food contamination such as mould may lay below the surface and are not easily detected even by the human eye. This presentation touches on how machine learning and hyperspectral technologies have advanced in recent years and can address many of these issues. They have now become viable and reliable solutions for many applications that were either simply not possible before or horrendously expensive to deploy.

Greg Blackman, 
Editor, Imaging and Machine Vision Europe

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