New ways to determine quality Integration of phenomics, data gathering, robotics and automation in retail

January 2017
10 pp

by Miguel Merino-Pacheco, january 2017, 10 pages

The key goal of the research project named “Quality Phenomics”, of the University of Wageningen, The Netherlands, is to develop new methods to measure quality and predict quality deterioration of vegetable and fruit products. As Rick van de Zedde explains, the project is a close collaboration between three different fields of expertise within Wageningen UR and several plant-breeding companies, growers, fresh-produce processors and technology providers. The combination of:

- Agro Food Robotics
- Quality phenomics
- Robotics in packaging
- Automation in retail

makes possible to keep the highest possible quality along the way from the fields to the consumer's table.

Written by Miguel Merino Pacheco, based on the presentation at the 'Amsterdam Produce Show' by Rick van de Zedde, Wageningen Food and Biobased Research

Introduction Pg. 3
Agro food robotics Pg. 3
Quality phenomics Pg. 4
Packaging and robotics Pg. 5
Automation in retail Pg. 8
Public – Private Pg. 9
Literature Cited Pg. 10

MERINO-PACHECO, Miguel. January 2017. 10 pages.
Development of new methods to measure quality and predict quality deterioration of vegetable and fruit products.

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