There is a strong indication that this sector and, in particular, industries dealing with meat, fish and poultry products, would make even more use of robotics if such technology were better suited to the specific needs of the food production environment. This book aims to provide the reader with the state of robotic technology currently under development.
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For the first time a series of chapters, written by leading international authors, brings together a range of topics in robotics as applicable to meat, fish and poultry processing. Manufacturers and suppliers of robotic technology or food machinery are strongly recommended to examine the content and exploit the potential benefits described. Select Parent Grandparent Teacher Kid at heart. Age of the child I gave this to:.
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Fish processing using computer vision and robots Pages Arnarson, H. Robotics and the poultry processing industry Pages Daley, W. Robotic packaging of poultry products Pages Khodabandehloo, K.
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Robotic cutting of beef and deboning Pages Purnell, G. The grading of meat carcasses Pages Newman, P.
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Read this book on SpringerLink. But the challenges are substantial. The huge variety in carcass age, size and composition represents a far more difficult task, but MLA says it plans to fast track development to within seven to 10 years. It will approach it in the same way as lamb by breaking it down into hindquarter, middle and forequarter.
These technologies will borrow heavily from those already being deployed in industries such as health and transport, he predicts. Airport baggage scanning and CT scanners are just two technologies likely to find their way into carcass composition and measurement operations.
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Also on the watch list are augmented reality, unmanned vehicles, and drones for monitoring livestock and their environmental conditions on farms. The Australian Lamb Company ALC in Sunshine, Victoria has taken a step into the future of red meat processing, with new robotic cutters in its processing plant armed with X-ray sensing equipment. Before robotic cutters are deployed, X-ray technology gathers subsurface information, which can achieve greater than 5mm accuracy for sensitive cuts made within the rib section of a lamb carcass.
This compares to a human operator who can only achieve 20mm accuracy based on visual inspection.
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