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Advanced technologies for beef & lamb composition, imaging & sorting
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 Food Group
Siemens
Technical University of Munich

Project Lead

Declan Mc Donnell
Institution

ABP Food Group

Contact details

declan.mcdonnell@abpfoodgroup.com

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