KB Sensing Potential workshop

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This workshop highlighted examples from several Wageningen research groups demonstrating the use of novel sensing technologies to non-destructively measure and make better decisions based on the measured product properties.
The workshop was attended by 58 participants, 30 from within WUR and 28 industry representatives from multiple countries.

Workshop organizer and chair: Aneesh Chauhan

Session outline
1005-1025 – Monitoring animal welfare
Title - Non-invasive assessment of animal welfare using thermal and visual imagery
Presenter: Claudia Kamphuis, Wageningen Livestock Research
1025-1045 – Sensing crop development for indoor farming
Title – Non-destructive sensing in greenhouse high-wired crop production systems
Presenter: Anna Petropoulou, Wageningen Plant Research
1045-1105 – Post-harvest quality assessment
Title - Assessing avocado firmness with non-destructive sensing
Presenter: Puneet Mishra, Wageningen Food and Biobased Research
1105-1125 – Personalized nutrition advice
Title - Non-invasive measurements of food intake and food properties
Presenter: Freek Daniels, Wageningen Food and Biobased Research
1125-1145 Food adulteration
Title - Are low-cost, hand-held NIR sensors suitable to detect adulterations in food? Focus: Meat products
Presenter: Judith Mueller-Maatsch, Wageningen Food Safety Research
Period5 Feb 2021
Event typeConference