SICK, Minneapolis, introduced the EventCam, an industrial-grade 2D camera that brings clarity when unexplained gripping, handling and positioning problems arise or when unreproducible installation errors or machine downtimes occur.
The sensor consists of chemically coated nanoparticles that react to the gas produced by milk and the bacterial growth that indicates spoilage.
May 6, 2019
Researchers from the Department of Biological Systems Engineering (BSE), the WSU/UI School of Food Science, Pullman, Wash., and other departments developed a sensor that can “smell” if milk is spoiled or not.
How expired the item is can be detected based upon the intensity of the transformation, which is emitted as a color or electrical change.
December 7, 2018
A bite of bad yogurt or sip of spoiled milk could be a thing of the past thanks to a new sensor developed by Silvana Andreescu, professor of chemistry and biomolecular science at Clarkson University, N.Y., and Egon Matijevic Chair of Chemistry.
The experiment leveraged remote sensing of ammonia by the hyperspectral remote sensing imager, Mako, to make maps of ammonia.
August 2, 2018
A recent NASA-supported study released by Bubbleology Research International (BRI), Goleta, Calif., combined remote sensing with advanced mobile analyzers to understand how differing husbandry practices vary within dairies, between dairies and between regions.
Using an IoT framework, hundreds of Sensohive remote sensors and low-power, long-range Sigfox wireless networks are being deployed to provide real-time crop monitoring, weather alerts, trends, forecasts and recommendations via an intuitive mobile app.
May 31, 2018
The Rocky Mountain Farmers Union (RMFU), Denver, Colo., and Smart Yields, Hawaii, launched a state-of-the-art pilot program to monitor crops and livestock using wireless sensors, hardware and data analytics.
The July 2020 issue of Refrigerated & Frozen Foods magazine takes a mid-year snapshot of the cold chain in our annual State of the Industry Report, plus our 2020 Best New Retail Products Contest winners, women in cold chain logistics, the latest innovations in palletizers and refrigeration controls, plus much more—just click below to start reading.