iProcess Newsletter June 2017 The food industry in Norway prioritizes flexible robotic automation as means to be able to cope with the high biological variation in food raw material and to maximize the raw material
After the iProcess Kickoff, both industrial partners and researchers should know what to expect from one another, according to Dr. Marit Aursand. Expect a change - the iProcess course is set. - The iProcess Kickoff
- If you can find a common core technology. In Dr. Odd Myklebust`s view –what will make iProcess succeed? In the not so distant future, all production will be characterized by greater flexibility and customization,
- I am very happy to wish everyone welcome to this kickoff meeting for the iProcess project, says Dr. Marit Aursand, project coordinator. The iProcess kickoff meeting takes place in Trondheim April 26-27. Research and
iProcess’s main objective is to develop novel concepts and methods for flexible and sustainable food processing in Norway – that are to cope with small volume series and high biologicalvariation of the existing raw materials – to enable increased raw material utilization for food products and to increase profitability.