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The Project will develop three types of modules that can cope with the typical variability of food products
and the requirements of the sector regarding hygiene, economics and adaptability, which will be working closely together

Food Quality Inspection

A sensing module that assesses quality of the individual or small batch products before or after packaging.

robotic Food handling

A vision controlled robotic handling module that picks up and separates the product from a harvest bin or transport system and places it in the right position in a package.

adaptive packaging

An adaptive packaging module that can accommodate various types of packaging with flexibility in terms of package shape, size, product environment, sealing and printing.

 

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PickNPack will give the European food industry a vital competitive advantage in the rapidly changing marketplace of the future...

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The challenges of PicknPack can only be achieved through an excellent consortium with expertise in all related fields, and close to industry.

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Workshops

The PicknPack project will disseminate its result through a number of workshops.

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Highlights

  • Workpackages - read all the latest developments

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  • Report on Fourth PicknPack workshop 4 September 2015, University of Salford

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21 Mar 2016
10:00AM - 04:30PM
PicknPack Demonstration workshop 26-27 May 2016

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