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Advanced technologies for beef & lamb composition, imaging & sorting

Advanced technologies for beef & lamb composition, imaging & sorting

The project will expand, adapt & implement 3-D CT scanning technologies to digitise the beef & lamb food chain into a new Connected Food System. It will enable accurate backward feedback to producers to rear more economic & nutritious meat & forward feedback will enable new specifications to be produced that meet consumer preferences & minimize resource wastage.

Partners

The following partners are involved in the project

ABP
SIEMENS
TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF MUNICH

Project Lead

Declan Mc Donnell
Institution

ABP Food Group

Contact details

declan.mcdonnell@abpfoodgroup.com

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