Food contamination is one of the most significant issues of the modern world, with polluted water, degraded soil, and unsafe manufacturing practices being the biggest threats to food safety. While the world struggles to improve water and soil quality, food safety practices throughout the production and supply chain stages can significantly improve the quality of food safety.
Commitment to safety is arguably the most critical point that can make or break a brand, especially when it comes to the food industry. For food manufacturing companies, having trust in their consumers is a great asset. Even the slightest errors in a production line can cause a product recall, which negatively impacts the brand’s image and future purchases
This case study explains how our client has benefited from a data-driven approach to drip pipe drilling. By using artificial intelligence (AI) they have been able to improve quality while reducing costs and improving safety.
How has OCR disrupted the Banking sector? Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software has had a major impact on the financial industry. Here we take a look at how OCR has become a valuable tool in this industry, what impact it has had, and why you should be thinking about using it to improve your business.
One of the biggest problems that manufacturers face is the presence of unwanted and foreign objects in their production lines. This problem becomes even more challenging when food products are involved in the making. There are legal mandates and product standards that manufacturers need to adhere to, especially in the sphere of consumables like food and beverages.
Computer vision is becoming more and more relevant in the QC field of different industries. This case study will show you how a small batch of bricks can be analyzed using computer vision, and help the brick manufacturer to solve common quality issues in the production procedure.
Foreign object detection and rejection by a poultry processing plant is essential to maintain and increase the quality of their products. Today most food manufacturers have inspection systems in place that inspect products as they pass down production lines.
Product labels create a product’s first impression. This is where consumers determine the look, feel, and taste of a product. Food and beverage labels usually contain origin, date and expiry, amount or volume, and class. To leverage product-specific data to improve supply chain management and prevent food fraud at points of sale, these labels must be recognized automatically.
Out-of-stock solutions automatically scan every aisle of your store. It detects empty spaces on product shelves and helps store managers locate products that might need restocking allowing customers to freely shop without any restrictions. Out-of-stock solutions ensure that all aisles are as efficient and productive as possible.
Customers feel disappointed when they find empty shelves in a retail store. Retailers know that customers will usually buy similar products instead of ones they can’t find. Maybe there will be some minor financial loss when a company switches from one supplier to another, but that’s a small price.