Food producers control the quality of the food that is placed on store shelves through a procedure called food inspection. For example, baked foods and beverages are among the many food products that are subject to quality inspection using machine vision systems.
These devices have high-resolution cameras that can identify typical mistakes made when packaging and preparing food. An instrument used by inspectors to gather information for inspections is an inspection camera.
The Global Food inspection camera market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
JAI develops high-performance industrial cameras for automated inspection duties like fill-level tracking and food sorting.
In the food industry, JAI cameras sort fruit and vegetables by colour, grade, and size on conveyor belts; remove foreign objects; and identify when and where to “puff away” impurities, discolourations, or other unwanted items from the flow of nuts, rice, and other grains tumbling past the reject nozzles.
In the beverage industry, JAI cameras are applied in applications throughout the bottling process, including inspecting for defective bottles, sorting of bottles and crates in correct sizes and variants, hygiene inspection, fill-level inspection, label inspection, and control of bottle cap placement.
To measure ripeness, sort by colour, and perform other essential colour duties, JAI’s proprietary prism camera technology offers unmatched colour fidelity.
A broader selection of cutting-edge colour solutions for machine vision systems is not offered by any other vendor. JAI cameras maintain surveillance systems running at maximum capacity, whether it be a bottling line that fills more than 70,000 containers per hour or a high-speed conveyor loaded with nuts, grains, or other foods.
To offer their system an advantage over the competition, pick high-speed line scan cameras or quick area scan cameras.
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