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.
Case code reading is essential for food and beverage companies who wish to monitor their inventory, ensure quality, and maintain safe handling procedures. These practices are to be followed by every food and beverage company at all times. You may be wondering how case code reading is done. In this article, we will check food and beverage case code reading.
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.
Computer vision models for Unauthorized Person Detection can verify a person’s identity with almost perfect accuracy in less than a second. To protect privacy, the model stores mathematical hashes instead of images
Direct part marking can be achieved via laser or chemical etching, dot peening, or inkjet printing. DPM codes are used in a wide range of industries like automotive, aerospace, electronics, and medical devices because they help identify the materials used to make a part
A barcode read rate is a percentage of barcodes successfully read by a scanner. It’s usually expressed as a percentage and 100% is ideal. But why are read rates important in barcode reading applications?
Barcode verification is a way of checking barcodes to ensure their quality. It helps you verify barcodes and print certified barcode quality reports. anufacturers use a barcode verifier solution to ensure that their barcodes will be readable by any barcode reader in supply chain. A barcode verifier solution checks that barcode follows ISO rules for quality and readability. You can get a printable or exportable report for barcodes with grades, including a letter value.
On-Shelf Availability is an essential tool for helping retailers create an enjoyable in-store experience. The number of products available for purchase by customers in a saleable condition is OSA. Reliable OSA helps retailers maintain trust of their customers, and that’s a significant competitive advantage. Both retailers and manufacturers benefit from using On-Shelf Availability, which can help promote sales. Although it remains an important issue for both retailers and CPGs.