Spectral sensors and IoT bring a variety of possibilities to farming, from improving the quality of produced milk to soil analysis and fertilization optimization. Gathering data via smart sensors to a cloud and analyzing it helps reaching the full potential of farming operations and the next level of smart farming.


Our infographic introduces the use of material sensors in the whole value chain of food, from optimizing growing conditions to analyzing food content at the dinner table.



Our presentation brings forth the benefits of spectral sensors in food production, processing, logistics and food quality measurement throughout the food production chain.


Blog: From Farm to Fork – sensor technology will change the future of nutrition

“How do we ensure there’s enough food for everyone in the future?” This is a highly relevant question that deserves serious consideration from all of humankind. How can sensor technology be utilized to meet the growing needs of nutrition? Read how sensor technology makes it possible to measure the quality of food throughout the production chain, from raw material production to the end user, or “from farm to fork”.

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Moisture is a critical parameter in industrial processes.
NIR moisture measurement is non-destructive and fast, and can be used in various processes or portable instruments.


Rapid analysis of nitrogen nutrient content
in soil samples can easily yield important information.
NIR sensors help precision agriculture analyze soil
and obtain faster and better results.

Brix measurement

Measuring the amount of sugar in fruit could be highly advantageous for many businesses from production at farms to processing – and even at the store, where consumers could test the quality of fruit.