Through new detector boards and revamped generators and algorithms, the PXT X-ray inspection system for foods and other at-risk products can isolate contaminants as small as 0.3 millimeters — which is half the size of the current industry standard.
We expect to find headspace in food packed in flexible packaging, but not an excessive amount.
IDTechEx research shows the growth in 3D printing materials will reach nearly $20 billion by the end of the decade.
It’s one thing to gain Product of the Year recognition, but how do PoY winners stack up with online shoppers? Artificial intelligence reveals the packaging design winners.
Digital workflows for package printing have intensified — as pandemic-induced decentralized design teams work remotely and brands embrace sustainable manufacturing practices.
Metal detection specialist Fortress Technology examines how intelligent inspection equipment is helping to usher in a new era of food safety.
A new 3D printer from MIT researchers can be used to reproduce fine art or fabricate more realistic prosthetics.
Cargill executive Borre Moolenaar offers personal insight on blockchain’s use in product traceability and the here-now future of supply chain efficiency.
Vizit’s artificial intelligence determines the scores Amazon shoppers give to the online images of nine brands and types of refillable, plastic-packaged cleaners.