Hyperspectral imaging combines the power of digital imaging with a chemical technique called spectroscopy. This means you can take a picture of a food item and understand the nutritional content, freshness levels and how much protein, fat, sugar or moisture it contains.
Different objects reflect light differently, generating unique spectral signatures which represent particular food characteristics. We are building a library of these signatures to enable food businesses to more accurately identify products and predict their quality attributes during processing.
- Non-invasive and real-time system, replaces destructive sample tests, subjective visual inspections and time-consuming lab tests
- Reduces waste and increases quality, consistency and safety of products
- Integrates in-line in production facilities and distribution centres
- Increases transparency
- Enhances brand value