Smartfarmingconference Lugar: Speaker by Maurangelo Petruzzella, Senior Researcher, Eindhoven University of TechnologyFecha de publicación: 07/09/2020 Fuente:
We will discuss the recent development of integrated spectral sensors capable of identifying and quantifying key properties of fruits, plants, and organic materials along the full food production chain: on the field by farmers, in storage areas, within the distribution process.
This innovative technology is based on arrays of detectors sensitive in the near-infrared, having dimensions similar to current smartphone cameras. They will offer a fast, low-cost, contactless, and non-invasive method to retrieve the chemical composition of materials without the need for sample preparation.
About Eindhoven University of Technology
Eindhoven University of Technology is a research-driven university of international standing, where excellent research and excellent education go hand in hand. We focus on a balanced approach towards education, research and valorization of knowledge in the areas of engineering science and technology.
From our lively campus, situated in the heart of the high-tech Brainport region and equipped with high-quality lab facilities, we make an impact on scientific and societal issues. We do this by delivering excellent groundbreaking research, often in close collaboration with industry, and by providing the education that turns our students into engineers of the future. Our engineers look beyond technology. They understand what the world needs and can translate scientific knowledge into societal value.
Our knowledge, innovative technologies, applications and solidly educated engineers find their way into society, where they help solve pressing issues and answer unasked questions.
To achieve this, we collaborate closely with other universities, scientific institutes, social organizations. government and industry. Together, we translate our research findings into successful innovations and turn our knowledge into societal value through knowledge valorisation. We strengthen the knowledge-intensive industry by provinding young academic engineers and by generating new business.
We combine top-notch fundamental research with an application-oriented educational approach, characterized by frequent and intensive student-teacher interaction. This is all part of a tight-knit, small-scale community consisting of more than 80 nationalities, where everyone feels welcome and where the well-being of students and staff matters.
Our university connects students, researchers and entrepreneurs. Because we believe innovation starts with people, not with technology. It is our people, who make our university into a place where innovation starts and people matter.
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