The COST Action 19145 “European Network for Assuring Food Integrity using Non-destructive Spectral Sensors”, in collaboration with the InnoRenew CoE and the University of Primorska, organized the 1st sensorFINT International Conference dedicated to “Non-Destructive Spectral Sensors Advances and Future Trends” on 10-12 May in Izola, Slovenia. There were four invited speakers, 32 oral presentations, and 26 poster presentations in five different sessions: 1) Innovation in process control by means of NDSS, 2) Novel approaches for NDSS signal integration, 3) Real-time methodologies for processing NDSS data, 4) Advances in decision support systems for efficient control in the food supply chain, and 5) Matching scientific progress to industrial needs – alternative strategies for knowledge transfer. This book of abstracts contains the abstracts of all the contributions.

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