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This webcast covered three case studies of vision technology used in food production. These include two instances of hyperspectral inspection, one for determining the quality of fish as they pass down a conveyor fresh from the boat, while the other considers how hyperspectral imaging can be used to inspect strawberries for bruising. A third case study looks at a machine for removing apple cores using 3D vision to guide the knife.

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