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Preliminary trials on Hyperspectral Imaging Implementation to Detect Mycotoxins in Dried Figs

S. Benalia, B. Bernardi, S. Cubero, A. Leuzzi, M. Larizza, J. Blasco
2015 Chemical Engineering Transactions  
Hyperspectral imaging is currently used for quality evaluation and safety inspection of agricultural products and food.  ...  In this context, the present work deals with preliminary trials on the ability of hyperspectral imaging to identify contaminations with aflatoxins and ochratoxin A on dried fig of Cosenza (PDO, Protected  ...  The time to acquire one hyperspectral image was of 28 seconds for each fig.  ... 
doi:10.3303/cet1544027 doaj:7f4db1070b344e06a22118af931ae44f fatcat:aegtx3grojaqpigp6ro6ygdkla

Comparative analysis of methods and model prediction performance evaluation for continuous online non-invasive quality assessment during drying of apples from two cultivars

Luna Shrestha, Stuart O.J. Crichton, Boris Kulig, Bernadette Kiesel, Oliver Hensel, Barbara Sturm
2019 Thermal Science and Engineering Progress  
Therefore, these results confirm that hyperspectral imaging system can be used in online monitoring of the apples during the drying process, and thus, in the optimisation of product and process performance  ...  Similarly, partial least square regression modelling showed a good prediction for a*, b* value, BI, shrinkage and acceptable prediction for L* and RR.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to acknowledge the Katholischer Akademischer Ausländer Dienst (KAAD) Germany for providing a PhD stipendium to the first author.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tsep.2019.100461 fatcat:ka64a4otbvefjdyrxrs2bgpijm

Optical non-destructive techniques for small berry fruits: A review

Shuping Li, Hongpei Luo, Menghan Hu, Miao Zhang, Jianlin Feng, Yangtai Liu, Qingli Dong, Baolin Liu
2019 Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture  
Vis-NIR spectroscopy, computer vision system, hyperspectral imaging, multispectral imaging, laser-induced method and thermal imaging, and their applications for quality and safety control of small berry  ...  The discussion regarding the photoacoustic technique, X-ray technique, Terahertz spectroscopy, odor imaging, micro-destructive testing and smart mobile terminal-based analyzer was also presented.  ...  The feasibility of hyperspectral fluorescence imaging for small berry fruit quality and safety assessment was required in the further study (Zhang et al., 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aiia.2019.07.002 fatcat:o76v4w7qjrgofbiit5sca55s3u

Cross-polarized VNIR hyperspectral reflectance imaging for non-destructive quality evaluation of dried banana slices, drying process monitoring and control

Nghia Nguyen-Do-Trong, Jean Claude Dusabumuremyi, Wouter Saeys
2018 Journal of Food Engineering  
The obtained results clearly indicate the potential of cross-polarized hyperspectral reflectance imaging for non-destructive monitoring of the quality attributes of banana slices during drying.  ...  A B S T R A C T Banana and its dried products are one of the most common foods consumed all over the world.  ...  The authors also gratefully acknowledge the financial support of IWT-Flanders through the projects: Chameleon (SB-100021) and Sensors for Food (IWT 100936); and the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jfoodeng.2018.06.013 fatcat:f32phuz5xbaxhjxsznkfd2v3cy

Hyperspectral imaging technigue for monitoring moisture content of blueberry during the drying process

Ji-Young Choi, Jiyoon Kim, Jungsoo Kim, Saeul Jeong, Minhyun Kim, Sanghyeok Park, Kwang-Deog Moon
2021 Korean Journal of Food Preservation  
To develop a prediction model for blueberry MC, 150 hyperspectral images were obtained from 30 samples per group. The MC of each group was also analyzed.  ...  Blueberries (n=820) were dried at 35℃ for 0 (control), 3, 6, 9 and 12 days. The PLS discriminant analysis prediction accuracy of smoothing the pre-processed data was the highest.  ...  To non-destructively monitor and control the drying process, Nguyen-Do-Trong et al. (2018) evaluated the quality of dried banana slices using VNIR hyperspectral reflectance imaging.  ... 
doi:10.11002/kjfp.2021.28.4.445 fatcat:ltwmhrmg6rao5b4qfni7q5jshq

Optimizing Quality and Outputs by Improving Variable Rate Prescriptions in Agriculture using UAVs

J V N Nakshmi, K S Hemanth, J Bharath
2020 Procedia Computer Science  
This work proposes a system to identify the quality of the crop, fungus detection and infected areas by surveying based on image pattern recognition by collecting the pictures are taken by UAVs (Unmanned  ...  This work proposes a system to identify the quality of the crop, fungus detection and infected areas by surveying based on image pattern recognition by collecting the pictures are taken by UAVs (Unmanned  ...  This work proposes a system for quality surveying based on images taken by UAVs. Multispectral sensors in drones identify nutrient deficiencies, pest damage, fertilizer needs, and water quality.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2020.03.229 fatcat:ygoyc6kzibd6faxbzbvqekwk24

Application of Near-infrared Spectroscopy for Assessing Meat Quality and Safety [chapter]

Yankun Peng, Wenxiu Wang
2015 Infrared Spectroscopy - Anharmonicity of Biomolecules, Crosslinking of Biopolymers, Food Quality and Medical Applications  
Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank the Special Fund for Agro-scientific Research in the Public Interest (Project No. 201003008), China, for providing funding support for the research related this  ...  Author details Yankun Peng * and Wenxiu Wang *Address all correspondence to: ypeng@cau.edu.cn China Agricultural University, College of Engineering, Beijing, China  ...  Based on published results, NIR spectroscopy shows only limited ability for assessing the physical quality of meat.  ... 
doi:10.5772/58912 fatcat:j7ff4ilk2jbcjarw6x3feixduu

Principles and Applications of Hyperspectral Imaging in Quality Evaluation of Agro-Food Products: A Review

Gamal Elmasry, Mohammed Kamruzzaman, Da-Wen Sun, Paul Allen
2012 Critical reviews in food science and nutrition  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors gratefully acknowledge the financial support from the Food Institutional Research Measure (FIRM) strategic research initiative administered by the Irish Department of Agriculture  ...  There are a number of areas for which hyperspectral imaging holds great potentials in quality evaluation of meat and meat products as shown in Fig. 7 .  ...  The schematic representation of the main configuration of a pushbroom hyperspectral imaging system is shown in Fig. 3 .  ... 
doi:10.1080/10408398.2010.543495 pmid:22823348 fatcat:zrril724pnau7bvpdvowm2gy5e

Improved classification accuracy of powdery mildew infection levels of wine grapes by spatial-spectral analysis of hyperspectral images

Uwe Knauer, Andrea Matros, Tijana Petrovic, Timothy Zanker, Eileen S. Scott, Udo Seiffert
2017 Plant Methods  
Hyperspectral imaging is an emerging means of assessing plant vitality, stress parameters, nutrition status, and diseases.  ...  Conclusions: An advanced approach to hyperspectral image classification based on combined spatial and spectral image features, potentially applicable to many available hyperspectral sensor technologies  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge the supply of the biological material by The University of Adelaide, School of Agriculture, Food & Wine through a grant from the Australian Grape and Wine Authority  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13007-017-0198-y pmid:28630643 pmcid:PMC5472862 fatcat:vhczpbgphjcz3hufqz62mimp44

Discriminating Yogurt Microstructure Using Diffuse Reflectance Images [chapter]

Jacob Skytte, Flemming Møller, Otto Abildgaard, Anders Dahl, Rasmus Larsen
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presents preliminary results for discriminating different yogurt microstructures using hyperspectral (500-900nm) diffuse reflectance images (DRIs) -a technique potentially well suited for inline  ...  process control.  ...  Diffuse Reflectance Imaging We have recently introduced a hyperspectral DRI system [7, 10] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-19665-7_16 fatcat:mfiltffahrfclf2hedjz5dnwiu

Ecotoxicological assessment of nanoparticle-containing acrylic copolymer dispersions in fairy shrimp and zebrafish embryos

Tamara S. Galloway, Yuktee Dogra, Natalie Garrett, Darren Rowe, Charles R. Tyler, Julian Moger, Eva Lammer, Robert Landsiedel, Ursula G. Sauer, Gertrud Scherer, Wendel Wohlleben, Karin Wiench
2017 Environmental Science: Nano  
Acknowledgements The study was financed by BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany, and the University of Exeter, Exeter, UK. TG and CRT were additionally supported from NERC grant NE/N006178.  ...  Assessment of short-term aquatic toxicity in invertebrates and fish is a mandatory component of the base set of data requirements for ecotoxicity testing.  ...  Fig. 10 10 SRS hyperspectral data sets from Casper zebrafish fed with (A) food spiked with polystyrene (PS) beads and (B) control food.  ... 
doi:10.1039/c7en00385d fatcat:abxmjmlnbbg2zmeq774fh2yfxe

Vis/NIR hyperspectral imaging distinguishes sub-population, production environment, and physicochemical grain properties in rice

Jinyoung Y. Barnaby, Trevis D. Huggins, Hoonsoo Lee, Anna M. McClung, Shannon R. M. Pinson, Mirae Oh, Gary R. Bauchan, Lee Tarpley, Kangjin Lee, Moon S. Kim, Jeremy D. Edwards
2020 Scientific Reports  
In this study, we evaluated high-throughput hyperspectral imaging for quantification of rice grain quality and classification of grain samples by genetic sub-population and production environment.  ...  Hyperspectral quantification of grain chalk was validated using a segregating bi-parental mapping population.  ...  Acknowledgements Mention of a trademark or proprietary product does not constitute a guarantee or warranty of the product by the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-020-65999-7 pmid:32518379 fatcat:wtpp5h7tqnbgzp2pko6lxmr2ei

Evaluating hyperspectral imaging of wetland vegetation as a tool for detecting estuarine nutrient enrichment

Daria Siciliano, Kerstin Wasson, Donald C. Potts, R.C. Olsen
2008 Remote Sensing of Environment  
We integrated three approaches in a multidisciplinary evaluation of the potential for using hyperspectral imaging as a tool to assess nutrient enrichment and vegetation responses in tidal wetlands.  ...  Third, we used HyMap hyperspectral imagery (126 bands; 15-19 nm spectral resolution; 2.5 m spatial resolution) for a synoptic assessment of the entire wetland ecosystem of Elkhorn Slough.  ...  grinding plant samples; William Pickles (LLNL/UCSC) for help securing the acquisition of HyMap imagery, and for spearheading hyperspectral imaging research at UCSC; John Ryan and Andy Fisher at MBARI for  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2008.05.019 fatcat:zfz36yigijekpkvkhmqj2t3ggy

In-process investigation of the dynamics in drying behavior and quality development of hops using visual and environmental sensors combined with chemometrics

Barbara Sturm, Sharvari Raut, Boris Kulig, Jakob Münsterer, Klaus Kammhuber, Oliver Hensel, Stuart O.J. Crichton
2020 Computers and Electronics in Agriculture  
Three types of visual sensors were integrated into the system, namely Vis-VNIR hyperspectral and RGB camera, as well as a pyrometer, to facilitate continuous in-process measurement.  ...  Hops are a key ingredient for beer brewing due to their role in preservation, the creation of foam characteristics, the bitterness and aroma of the beers.  ...  The system was modified by the introduction of an RGB camera, a hyperspectral imaging system and the respective lighting installations as described by Crichton et al (2016) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compag.2020.105547 fatcat:6mgalzrm4jdizgswb4bmsfzuou

Reflectance-based identification of parasitized host eggs and adult Trichogramma specimens

C. Nansen, A. Coelho, J. M. Vieira, J. R. P. Parra
2013 Journal of Experimental Biology  
diagnostics, quality control in production systems, military applications, stress detection in agriculture, and ecological studies of both terrestrial and aquatic organisms.  ...  Thus, based on qualitative/visual assessment of average reflectance profiles of parasitized host eggs (Fig. 1C) , there was substantial justification for pursuing a classification approach in which reflectance  ...  Funding We thank the National Council of Technological and Scientific Development (CNPq) and São Paulo research foundation (Fapesp) for part of financial support.  ... 
doi:10.1242/jeb.095661 pmid:24363420 fatcat:jzw4a4upqjb53o36u423g4etmq
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