Food and beverage producers face mounting pressure to verify quality, ensure accurate packaging, and deliver consumables that are traceable through the supply chain. As government safety regulations are further tightened and consumers demand more transparency about contents, the adoption of newer, more avanced imaging systems is on the rise, especially infrared and hyperspectral technologies.
To help producers successfully incorporate infrared and hyperspectal imaging, BitFlow, Inc., a manufacturer of frame grabbers, is sponsoring a free webinar titled "Imaging Technologies in Food and Beverage Inspection," scheduled for Thursday, October 4 at 10:00am Eastern Time (U.S) and 3:00pm (U.K). Participants will enjoy an open and candid discussion with two leaders in the machine vision industry -- Raf Vandersmissen, Product Manager at Xenics and Mark Williamson, Managing Director at Stemmer -- and take away ideas for addressing specific imaging challenges, tips on how to employ the new technology, and increase the quality, field and cost-efficiency of their systems.
The webinar's first speaker will be Raf Vandersmissen who will address "Infrared enabled inspection applications," discussing how companies can leverage current infrared technologies to give them an edge in a highly competitive market. The second speaker, Mark Williamson, will tackle the topic of how machine learning and hyperspectral imaging are advancing food and beverage inspection. Hyperspectral imaging can capture many types of food contamination such as mold that may lay below the surface and are not easily detected even by the human eye. Greg Blackman, editor of Imaging and Machine Vision Europe, will serve as moderator.
To register for the free webinar visit https://event.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1209617&tp_key=716f2101c0