Hyperspectral analysis

Summary: 

In food manufacture, rapid methods are required to monitor and control production, to ensure consistent quality and to provide safety assurance. Thus, the food production process control has to work with very short response times. Failure to respond quickly to Any faults in the production process may result in a waste product, lost sales, and could potentially endanger customer safety, all of which can escalate into big financial losses and health issues for consumers. Hyperspectral imaging (HSI) combines spectroscopy with imaging ability. This technique offers the possibility for simultaneous pixel by per-pixel analysis of composite or heterogeneous foods. As an imaging technique, hyperspectral imaging doesn’t require contact with the food destroy or contaminate the sample, and the analysis result can be provided in real-time.

Rating: 
0
No votes yet
Stakeholder: 
Industry & Retail
Type: 
Technological
GAIN: 
GAIN II
Involved People: 
Campden BRI Hungary
PDF: