Tuesday 26th October 2021
12.30 – 16.15 (UK time)
This free on-line event is presented jointly by CPACT, IRTA Monells and DigiFoods of which Nofima and SINTEF are leading members.
Quality control, authenticity testing, and optimisation of manufacturing processes are common challenges in all areas of food production. This symposium will focus on current challenges and how advances in process analysis, modelling and control can support food manufacturers. Overview presentations from Digifoods and IRTA will be followed by brief talks on advances in process measurement and control technologies relevant to food processing and manufacturing.
The presentations will be followed by a panel-led discussion on the technology innovations required to extend application of real-time process measurements and advanced process control across different areas of the food industry.
The event will be of interest primarily to those involved in the development and application of advanced technologies for monitoring and control of food manufacturing but will also be relevant to those with similar interests in other industries, where transferable technology solutions can improve control of manufacturing.
Aims of the event:
• Share awareness of developments in process measurement and control technologies in food manufacturing
• Highlight digital innovations for enhanced performance in food processing and manufacturing
• Share good practice in process monitoring, optimisation and control across process industry sectors
12:30-12:40 Welcome and introductions
12:40-13:10 Opportunities and challenges with in-line measurements of food quality
Jens Petter Wold, Nofima
13:10-13:40 Insight on the use of non-invasive technologies for the food industry and consumers
Elena Fulladosa, IRTA
13:50-14:10 Data, models and control in food production
Frans van der Berg, University of Copenhagen
14:10-14:30 Inline NIR reveals unknown process dynamics and gives more precise
estimates of batch quality – a case study from cheese production
Ingrid Måge, Nofima
14:30-14:50 Innovations in hyperspectral imaging for food analysis
Gamal El Masry, Suez Canal University
14:50-15:10 innovations in Raman spectroscopy for process analysis in food manufacturing
Brian Marquardt, MarqMetrix
15:20-16:10 Discussion session
Expert panel members: Carol Brigley, Mondelez International
Marion O’Farrell, SINTEF
Karsten Heia, Nofima
Jose Manuel Amigo, University of the Basque Country
16:10-16:15 Wrap up and thanks