Sensing and Artificial Intelligence Solutions for Food Manufacturing
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This book gives readers a practical introduction into machine learning and sensing techniques, their design and ultimately specific applications that could improve food production. It shows how these sensing and computing systems are suitable for process implementation in food factories.
This book starts by giving the reader an overview of the historic structures of food manufacturing standards and how they defined today’s manufacturing. It is followed by a topical introduction for professionals in the food industries in topics such as AI, machine learning, and neural networks. It also includes an explanation of the different sensor systems and their basic principles. It shows how these sensing and computing systems are suitable for process implementation in food factories and what types of sensing systems have already been proven to deliver benefit to the food manufacturing industries. The authors also discuss issues around food safety, labelling and traceability and how sensing and AI can help to resolve issues. They also use case studies and specific examples that can show the benefit of such technologies compared to current approaches.
This book is a practical introduction and handbook for students, food engineers, technologists and process engineers on the benefits and challenges around modern manufacturing systems following Industry 4.0 approaches.
Table of Contents
0. front matter. 1. Overview of Sensors and Sensing Techniques in Food Processing. 2. Sensing and Artificial Intelligence for Food Packaging. 3. Optical Methods - Advanced Image Recognition and Feature Extraction Solutions for Food Manufacturing. 4. Artificial Intelligent and Automation for Precision Pest Management. 5. Role of Biosensor in Inspection of Food and Agricultural Products: Current Advances. 6. Packaging of Animal-Based Food Products -The Need for Intelligent Freshness Sensors. 7. Application of Gas/Biosensors for Effective Determination of Contaminants in the Environment and Food Products as Well as Their Role Detection of Toxic Pesticides. 8. Artificial Intelligence in Food Fraud and Traceability. 9. Relevance of Biosensor in the Detection of Contaminants and Pollutants in Food, Agricultural And Environmental Sector. 10. Artificial Intelligence and Its Role in Food Industry. 11. Recent Advances in the Characterization and Application Graphene in Food Industry. 12. Artificial Intelligence in Food Packaging Industry.
Daniel Hefft is a food engineer from Germany. He received his undergraduate degree from Technische Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe with specialisation in cereal technology. He has a master’s degree from the University of Reading and is currently at the University Birmingham. He has been awarded Research Fellowships and Research Affiliation with the University of Birmingham. He has extensive years of experience in the food industry, having worked for a range of companies. His specialities are food process design and engineering. He is the founder & CTO of Rheality Ltd, which utilises a novel technology based on acoustic sensing and machine learning for rheology measurements. Daniel is also the founder of the Engineering for Food and Drinks Special Interest group at the Institution of Agricultural Engineers and its current chair. Since 2018 he gained professional recognition as a Chartered Engineer with the Institution of Agricultural Engineers. He is further involved in the Association of German Food Technologists (GDL e.V.) and the Institute of Physics (IOP). Charles Oluwaseun Adetunji (Ph. D.) is an Associate Professor at the Microbiology Department, Edo University Iyamho (EUI), Nigeria, He is presently the Ag. Director of Intellectual Properties and Technology Transfer and Chairman Committee on Research Grant at EUI. He has won several scientific awards and grants from renowned academic bodies like the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) India, and Department of Biotechnology (DBT) India, The World Academy of Science (TWAS) Italy, Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NPF) Netherlands, The Agency for International Development Cooperation; Israel, Royal Academy of Engineering, UK; US-EU-African-Asia- Pacific and Caribbean Nanotechnology Initiative (USEACANI); among many others. He has filled several scientific patents and has published over 180 scientific journals, books, and conference proceedings. The breadth of his scholarly contributions to research is evident from his contributions, which cover topics relating to food security, agriculture, and environmental sustainability. His research interest includes microbiology, biotechnology, post-harvest management, and nanotechnology. He is also an editorial board member/reviewer of many international journals.