Hyperspectral imaging is very useful in food sorting and inspection applications because it can uncover details that cannot be distinguished by the human eye or traditional imaging technologies. With it, users can detect contaminants, injuries, and parameters that affect flavor, like moisture, sugar, and much more, in a non-destructive way.
With a performance-to-cost ratio that now meets industrial demands and the development of more intuitive spectral imaging analysis software, hyperspectral imaging has become a vital part of advanced machine vision solutions in the food production and processing industry.
In this webinar, our Lead Application Specialist, Ph.D., Mathieu Marmion, will demonstrate how hyperspectral imaging can be successfully applied to modern sorting and production lines to improve food inspection, sorting, safety, and quality.
In addition, Emilio J. de la Red, Head of Innovation from INSPECTRA will highlight how integrating the Specim hyperspectral solution into their machine vision equipment has enabled them to automate and optimize quality inspection processes and reduce quality failures.
- What is hyperspectral imaging?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of hyperspectral imaging in food sorting and inspection?
- Examples of successful industrial applications
- How can the new SpecimONE Spectral Imaging Platform reduce the time to market in industrial sorting solutions?
- How can we meet the demands for modern sorting and production lines in terms of speed and accuracy?
- Case examples by INSPECTRA: Adding value to in-line quality inspection by integrating a hyperspectral solution to machine vision equipment.
- At the end of the presentation, there will be an opportunity for questions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Experts and professionals working in quality control, machine vision, systems integration, robotics, or automation, especially in the food, agriculture, and packaging industries.
Mathieu is a Senior Application Specialist at Specim, Spectral Imaging and holds a double MSc degree in electrical engineering (from INP in Grenoble, France, and NTNU in Trondheim, Norway), as well as a PhD in physical geography (University of Oulu, Finland). Mathieu has worked at Specim for the last ten years.
EMILIO J. DE LA RED
Emilio is a founding partner and director of the innovation and business development of INNDEO & INSPECTRA, leading different projects to design and manufacture inspection equipment using machine vision technologies. Emilio has +20 years of experience in industrial engineer.
Specim, Spectral Imaging Ltd. is a leading global supplier of hyperspectral imaging solutions. It offers the broadest range of hyperspectral cameras, imaging spectrographs, software systems, and accessories to serve machine builders, integrators, industry OEMs, research, and government organizations across the world.
Founded in 1995, Specim is known as a trusted partner with products and support of superb quality and cost-efficiency. Its international team consists of more than 80 optics, electronics, software, and machine vision professionals. Specim has been a part of the worldwide Konica Minolta Group since 2020.
INSPECTRA designs and manufactures machine vision equipment with the latest technologies, selecting the most suitable and adapting them to each client and product. Our equipment offers the highest inspection performance on the market and is easily integrated into production lines and customer management systems. We respond to a need in the market to improve, automate and digitalize the quality inspection of 100% of the production within the food industry.