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NIR spectroscopy is the ideal tool for food analysis because it allows a quick and deep insight into the composition of food without having to destroy or prepare the samples.
The ZEUTEC Opto-Elektronik GmbH was primarily founded with the objective to develop and produce specialized spectrometer systems for scientific applications. Since then the product range of spectrometers and accessories covers NearInfrared analyzers for routine laboratory applications with a multitu more
The Finder SD Rotator is ideally suited for non-destructive quantitative and qualitative analysis of organic materials by near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) more
With the FOSS NIRS™ DS2500, near infrared analysis has taken yetanother step towards ultimate performance. more
The MPA II covers a wide range of food applications including dairy, oil and meat but also flour & milling, confectionary, condiments and beverages. more
AMA Innovation Award 2019 for compact Plan B analyzer
The AMA Association for Sensor and Measurement Technology (AMA) awarded the AMA Innovation Prize 2019 to the founding team of Senorics GmbH on June 25 at the SENSOR+TEST in Nuremberg. The newly developed, compact analysis device 'Plan B' convinced the jury twice. Plan B' wins the AMA Innovation Awar more
IFFA 2019 – Hot Topic: Food Safety
From 4 to 9 May 2019, leading international companies will be presenting their latest technologies at IFFA and providing information about the most important trends and developments in the meat-processing industry. Of central importance are, above all, solutions designed to ensure greater food safet more
Pocket-size food scanner
According to a study by the environmental organization WWF Germany, ten million metric tons of food are thrown in the garbage every year in Germany despite still being edible. A mobile food scanner will allow consumers and supermarket operators in the future to test whether food items have gone bad. more
Significantly better sorting results by combining traditional spectroscopy with advanced statistics and machine learning more