Insort highlights the value of hyperspectral imaging in food processing applications

September 27, 2018 | Case Study

Founded in 2011, Insort develops automated hyperspectral imaging equipment for food processing, sorting, and nondestructive inspection, with a focus on applications like nuts, potatoes, and dried fruits. The company specializes in the use of real-time hyperspectral imaging systems, as opposed to other food scanning systems, which use visible light cameras or more traditional technologies like X-rays. The company licenses its hyperspectral imaging components from EVK (a camera manufacturer) but develops the remaining equipment and software analytics in-house.

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