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WiSAR to Showcase Marine Economy Innovations at the International Business2Sea 2020

Partners in the Interreg funded SAFER project, The WiSAR Lab, at the Letterkenny Institute of Technology, will showcase three pilot initiatives related to the marine economy at the 10th annual Business2Sea. The highly anticipated international event will take place virtually, from the 16th to the 20th of November 2020.

SAFER, or Smart Atlantic Seafood Clusters, is a transnational innovation project co-funded by the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme 2014-2020, which aims to improve the innovation performance of the seafood industry by increasing technology adoption and transnational cooperation.

As part of the Business2Sea programme, a SAFER workshop will take place on Wednesday 18th November at 10.30 GMT (11.30 CET). The workshop, Demonstration of Innovative Technologies to the Seafood Industry under the Atlantic Area Project SAFER, will showcase the pilots implemented during the SAFER project, including three pilots built and engineered by the team at the WiSAR Lab.

The primary aim of the distinguished Business2Sea event is to foster relations and collaboration between international stakeholders who are piloting initiatives in different areas related to the economy of the sea.

Business2Sea is co-organised by SAFER project partner Fórum Oceano, Associação da Economia do Mar, which is responsible for fostering the Portuguese Maritime Cluster, and Centro Tecnológico del Mar, Fundación CETMAR, based in Spain. The event will explore how international alliances and knowledge transfers have led to innovations in the marine and maritime economy.

SAFER project partner Dr Nick Timmons, of the WiSAR Lab, acknowledged that this year’s Business2Sea event is more important than ever in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic. “The maritime industry is facing a time of unprecedented challenge, arising from the Covid-19 crisis and therefore there has never been a more important time for regions in Europe to pioneer and share ideas and learnings in maritime industry innovations. We are delighted to be taking part in the 10th annual Business2Sea event and looking forward to showcasing our pilots to an international audience.” For more information or to register for Business2Sea visit here.

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CIT Research Team win SFI Research Image of the Year 2020

Cork Institute of Technology is delighted to announce it has won the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Research Image of the year award for 2020. The winners of the prestigious Science Foundation Ireland Awards were revealed today at the annual SFI Science Summit. The research image competition celebrates images captured by Science Foundation Ireland funded researchers during the course of their research. The winning image was titled “Talking Heads” and was taken as part of the SFI funded project titled MASK which focuses on Making Aerosol Safety Known. CAPPA Researchers Dr Krishnakumar Chullipalliyalil and Dr Steven Darby along with Danielle Wilcox from Blackrock Castle Observatory took this image during their work on the Making Aerosol Safety Known Project.

The image above shows a red laser sheet illuminates the particles emitted from a medical dummy head. The red sheet is aimed at the dummy’s nose. We can clearly see the difference between a mask and no mask.

CIT received funding from SFI for research into barrier masks to tackle the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The aim of the project is to quantitatively determine how well commonly available face – mask materials supress the transmission of exhaled droplets. Given that the reproduction rate of COVID-19 is linearly related to both the efficacy of a mask and the percentage of a population wearing masks, a small change in either makes a large change in disease transmission rates. It is therefore critical that large-scale mask usage, will involve optimally suppressive materials that are comfortable to wear for extended periods, can be produced in large quantities and are re-usable and inexpensive. Importantly such masks will not negatively affect medical supplies.

The project will use imaging techniques to directly measure the range of droplet sizes that penetrate the materials under examination. This direct imaging approach improves upon many other studies and is capable of single – droplet detection and sizing from at least the five-micron threshold level and with no physiologically significant upper threshold. The project approach will measure the brightness of each droplet exhaled by participants through face masks composed of different materials as they pass through a light curtain generated by a laser. Using high-speed photon-counting imagers and a photometry reduction pipeline, previously developed for an astrophysics context, the team will be able to deal with overlapping and non-spherical point sources and extend the dynamic range of brightness’s which can be analysed. By repeating the experiment for different materials, we will rapidly obtain an accurate estimate of the differential absorption of these materials as a function of droplet volume.

This research involves a multidisciplinary approach and brings together researchers from a variety of research departments in Cork Institute of Technology including the Centre for Advanced Photonics and Process Analysis (CAPPA), Blackrock Castle Observatory (BCO), BioExplore Research Centre and the MeSSO research group.

You can learn more about the research CAPPA has conducted around COVID – 19 here or you can contact CAPPA directly here for more information.

This article was first posted on the CAPPA website.

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Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateways announce new webinar series

Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateways are delighted to announce a new webinar series. ‘Technology Insights’ brings together a range of relevant and exciting industry topics highlighting current, new and emerging technologies in sectors such as MedTech, Software, Biotechnology, Food and Manufacturing. The series aims to provide Irish industry with a platform for interesting and engaging discussion on a wide range of current and future technologies, presented by industry experts within the Technology Gateway Network.

Pushing the boundaries of in-vitro testing
The series commences on 12th November 2020 and explores the current capabilities in Medical Imaging, Anatomical Modelling and Physiological Replication. Titled ‘Pushing the boundaries of in-vitro testing’, Sharon White, Technology Gateway Manager at MET, GMIT will discuss how existing and new technologies can be used individually or together to produce an accurate, clinically-relevant, simulated use environment.

Sharon has significant and diverse experience in the medical device industry and brings extensive knowledge of the medical device development process to the centre. Her 13 years of industry experience includes Regulatory Affairs and Research and Development, and she has seen several devices to launch. She has an in-depth understanding of design controls and risk management and has been involved in all aspects of the development process from concept development right through to design verification and validation and product launch.

MET Technology Gateway
Based at GMIT’s Galway campus, the Medical and Engineering Technologies Gateway (MET) offers a range of applied technologies relevant to companies in the product engineering and design application phase. These technologies include Medical imaging technologies that allow for companies’ prototypes to be tested under simulated conditions and anatomical modelling and physiological replication technologies, which includes the translation of medical data (MRI’s, ultrasounds, etc.) into engineering data and then into clinically endorsed anatomical models with accompanying simulation system. The Gateway personnel offers a unique conduit between medical product engineering and an in-depth knowledge of internal anatomy.

Who should attend
This webinar is ideal for companies, who may wish to find out more about in-vitro testing, and what can be achieved through bench-top device evaluation and testing.

Event details
Date: Thursday 12th November 2020
Time: 11.00 – 11.45am
For further details and registration please see here

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CAPPA Launches New Website

The Centre for Advanced Photonics and Process Analysis (CAPPA) is delighted to launch its new – look website at www.cappa.ie. The site has been revamped to reflect the group’s broader activities combining both the fundamental science and the industry focused research strands of the centre. The new website also reflects the ever-expanding capabilities at CAPPA detailing new industry and academic research that the centre is involved in.

The new site is designed to be a one – stop portal for visitors from both industry and academia. Content is broadly divided into two sections; the Industry section is intended to provide the most relevant information for industry visitors looking to collaborate with CAPPA through the Technology Gateway, while the Research section is primarily targeted at visitors from the academic community.

A new funding section outlines supports provided to carry out research and development with CAPPA. CAPPA can help in assessing the most suitable funding programme for the proposed research and has been successful in securing funding to assist start – ups, SME’s and MNC’s as part of their R&D roadmap.

The news section of the website will act as an information hub for the research and development areas the centre is currently working on as well as new trends within the photonics market. Summaries and examples of the current and previous research projects we are delivering is available via a series of short and informative flyers available for download here.

We hope you enjoy the new website and you can still contact us directly via the contact page here or via email here.

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TSSG offering tech solutions to business and industry in a very different, post-lockdown world

An internationally-renowned technology research centre with over 80 staff specialising in areas from Future Health and Intelligent Transport Systems to Agri-Tech and Cybersecurity is reaching out to industry, businesses and entrepreneurs bidding to service existing clients and attract new consumers with new needs, habits and concerns in a post-lockdown world.

The move by the TSSG Technology Gateway team comes in the wake of their comprehensive Industry Insights Report investigating the impact of COVID-19 on our economy and what the future will look like in a post-COVID world. The Technology Gateway team at the Telecommunications, Software and Systems Group (TSSG) have already nurtured and supported global players such as ESBNetworks, nearForm and Immersive VR Education and are anxious to continue to support industry within and outside of the region.

TSSG in partnership with Enterprise Ireland have been building technological solutions for industry across the south east and beyond as well as helping combat much of the disruption caused by COVID-19. The world-wide pandemic highlights the importance of businesses being agile and flexible, being able to innovate to meet dynamic demands brought about by interruptions, disruptions as well as rapidly changing consumer needs and habits.

Together, the TSSG Technology Gateway team is giving businesses and organisation of all shapes and sizes the opportunity to access decades of knowledge and hands-on industry expertise and the expert staff want to hear now from those with an idea, with a problem that requires a tech solution or from those with a prototype that they’re struggling to get to the next level. Brands and retailers need to invest in technology from ecommerce and digital payments through to artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain and virtual reality (VR) to attract consumers with new needs, habits and concerns.

They’re also reaching out to industries, confident the multi-skilled, expert team can resolve just about any problem with a tech build, TSSG Technology Gateway Manager, Miguel Ponce de Leon explained.

“Architects design your house and show you how you can take a number of ideas and innovations and combine them to make a beautiful home. A building contractor builds it. We are architects for digital businesses. TSSG is a special microcosm. Because we do European as well as national commercial projects, we can marry the two to bring the knowledge from research into real world digital applications.”

Business Development Executives, Carol Faughnan and Jim Prendergast, encouraged businesses and individuals to engage with them now. The team can be contacted on techgateway@tssg.org

Carol Faughnan said: “It is my job to match cutting edge research with industry. I look at a company’s research and development (R&D) needs and align this with areas of expertise in TSSG such as Software Development/AR&VR/Mobile Pervasive Applications/Data Analytics and IoT. I help companies to access funds from sources such as Enterprise Ireland so they can bring their idea from concept to reality and avail of our researchers through Innovation Vouchers.

“At TSSG, we are always looking to the latest and greatest. Our researchers are always experimenting. Areas such as Smart cities will be of great interest. Using 5G as a gateway into 6G will be an area that will be investigated. With the birth of Covid-19 and future of work at play, Future Health will be to the core,” she added.

Jim Prendergast meets with businesses and helps facilitate their collaboration with the world-class, cutting-edge research happening at TSSG. “We are seeing a growing trend in Healthcare applications, Precision Agri as well as in the Energy sector. Our test-bed networks mean that we can grow the number of projects using wireless networks such as LPWA, Terahertz and 5G. Some of the researchers are already using 6G in their research.

“Our telecommunications work also extends to Bio Nano telecommunications, using biology as a network to transmit signals within the body. I see a lot of potential in the emerging use cases in Smart Cities. With growing population and increasing traffic congestion, the need for city managers to access data sets to help manage the city is more imperative than ever,” he added.

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This post was originally published on the TSSG website

Irish Food Tech: a Technology Gateway Cluster

The Irish Food Tech Cluster is a consortium of Enterprise Ireland’s Technology Gateways operating within the food and beverage technology sector. The cluster provides a range of expertise for companies who are looking to access research and development within these areas.

The cluster can connect industry with researchers in a wide selection of areas that include bioprocessing, food for health, process control and packaging, amongst many others.

The Irish Food Tech team consists of 7 Technology Gateways Managers and a team of Business Development researchers and engineers who collaborate with companies of all sizes nationwide, to deliver a wide range of expertise within the Gateway structure, in turn supporting and aiding the development of research and innovation in industry.

Irish Food Tech Cluster Gateways

APT Gateway is based in Athlone IT and provides solutions for polymer materials and plastics processing to companies within the food sector on scales from short-term consultancy to multi-year collaborative projects. Projects can involve design and prototyping of food packaging or investigating packaging failures.

CAPPA Gateway is based at Cork Institute of Technology and provides photonics solutions to companies within the food sector on scales from short-term consultancy to multi-year collaborative projects. Projects can involve examination of specific food products or investigating food process capabilities to improve their efficiency.

Design+ Gateway is based in Carlow IT and offers innovative solutions for industry using a design approach for packaging and brand communication.

MET Gateway is based in GMIT and offers a range of services within medicinal nutrition technologies such as food analysis and testing, human interventional trials and product development and optimisation.

MiCRA Gateway is based in TU Dublin – Tallaght Campus and offers a range of bioanalytical, material and food characterisation, microbiological and food safety and chemical analytical services for the food sector.

PMBRC Gateway, based in Waterford Institute of Technology, can provide access to the expertise and facilities to deliver technology solutions in product development and food quality to the food industry, in the areas of food formulation, food shelf life and food processing.

Shannon ABC Gateway, based on the IT Tralee and Limerick IT campuses, can provide food and beverage companies with scientific support from raw material to final product.

What can Irish Food Tech offer your company?

Irish Food Tech facilitates your access to the seven specialised centres across the Gateway Cluster, providing assistance and support in delivering near-to-market solutions and becoming an important extension of your company’s R&D capability.

What supports do we offer?

We offer industry support in the form of various Enterprise Ireland funding initiatives such as Innovation Vouchers, Feasibility Studies and Innovation Partnerships. You can also access the gateway cluster via direct consultancy. More information on available supports can be found here.

Each gateway centre within the cluster has access to a dedicated Gateway Manager and a team of specialised business development engineers to help with your company’s individual needs. The Irish Food Tech Cluster is available to SMEs, large indigenous companies and multinationals.

What’s the next step?

For more information on how the cluster can support your company, contact the Irish Food Tech cluster support office or follow us on Twitter to keep up with the latest industry and cluster news.

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CAPPA Purchases new Supercontinuum Laser and Scientific Grade Camera

CAPPA Technology Gateway recently purchased a new optical set–up containing four components, a supercontinuum (SC) laser, a spectrometer and two scientific-grade cameras. The supercontinuum laser, SuperK Evo, is a white light laser based on extremely reliable fibre laser technology.  Designed for maintenance-free operation, the laser is very stable and boasts a long lifetime. The spectrometer, Andor Shamrock 500i, is based on the Czerny-Turner optical design and pre-aligned to the camera. The scientific grade cameras, Andor iXon 855 and Andor iDus 1.7mm, cover the wavelengths from visible to near-infrared. With this new system, CAPPA will have the ability to carry out more detailed research across a variety of different sectors including pharmaceuticals, medical device, photonics, food and beverage. This equipment was funded as part of the Enterprise Ireland Capital Equipment funding call.

The SC laser source is unique as it provides a laser-quality beam, sharp and intense, over a broad spectral range, equivalent to a fluorescent bulb. As a result, the SC laser can be used for both absorption and excitation characterisation. Another significant advantage of the source is its size, smaller than a desktop computer, making it extremely portable and adaptable to a plethora of techniques. The spectrometer consists of dual detector outputs to couple both scientific-grade cameras, with a motorised triple grating turret. The three gratings are configured as follows: 1) ruled grating, 300 l/mm, 1700 nm blaze, 2) ruled grating, 600 l/mm, 500 nm blaze and 3) ruled grating, 1200 l/mm, 500 nm blaze, these enabling the generation of high- and low-resolution spectra. The first scientific grade camera contains a charge-coupled device (CCD), with a 512 x 512-pixel array, and spectrograph. The CCD provides high sensitivity, enabling detection of low light levels, along with high temporal resolution (microsecond), needed for some fluorescence applications. The second scientific-grade camera contains an InGaAs sensor optimised for near-infrared, with a 512 x 1-pixel row at a 25 mm pitch and a Peak QE of > 85%. Together, the combination allows for the construction of an abundance of microscopy and spectroscopic techniques, including VIS/NIR absorption spectroscopy, fluorescence spectroscopy and optical coherence tomography and imaging techniques via reflection, absorption or fluorescence, on a compact benchtop set-up.

The main purpose of the set – up will be as a stepping stone to providing affordable automated characterisation solutions which companies can take back on – site. Characterisation is preformed regularly on high – end expensive commercial equipment based at CAPPA. However, if the procedure is required regularly, returning to CAPPA routinely is not a realistic solution, neither is purchasing the high – end commercial equipment. Consequently, simpler specific setups are built at CAPPA to meet the needs of the routine measurements. A delay in this set comes from determining appropriate light sources and detectors remotely. The SC–CCD combination will remove this delay, allowing for the construction of benchtop VIS/NIR absorption, fluorescence, optical coherence tomography and imaging setups.

The combination will also allow an increase in sensitivity compared to commercial equipment by the construction of cavity enhanced absorption spectroscopy or intensity/frequency modulation setups. These purpose-built solutions can significantly increase sensitivity compared to other all-purpose commercial equipment. The SC–CCD can be used in applications such as fluids in the biomedical and pharmaceutical industry, in the environmental sector, particles/powders in environmental and pharmaceutical sectors, surfaces/coatings in biomedical and pharmaceutical, solids for materials characterization and light sources.

If you are interested in learning more about the facilities available at CAPPA, you can contact them here.

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Meet the Team… Jim Prendergast TSSG Technology Gateway

In our ‘Meet the Team’ series, we bring you a range of staff interviews from across the Technology Gateway Network.

Today we introduce Jim Prendergast, Business Development Executive at TSSG Technology Gateway. Jim started his current role in the middle of the pandemic and gives his view on joining the TSSG team whilst working remotely, innovation and how TSSG can help your company.

1. Tell us a bit about the TSSG Technology Gateway

TSSG is the ICT research and development wing of WIT and employs over 90 software developers, engineers, UX/UI designers and PhD researchers. Dedicated to research in specific focus areas such as Networks & Cloud Computing, VR/AR, Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning, Data Mining and Software System Architecture and Engineering, the TSSG is one of the leading ICT research institutions in Ireland.  We are one of the most successful ICT research centres in Ireland securing funding of €120 million under EU Programmes

2. Describe your role?

It is my job to facilitate the collaboration between cutting edge research and disruptive industry at the TSSG Technology Gateway in collaboration with Enterprise Ireland. I bring clients and companies from concept to reality through expertise at the TSSG in ICT & IoT innovation. I enable business’ to avail of our expertise through funding mechanisms such as Enterprise Ireland Innovation Vouchers. Through an ever-increased networking and engagement strategy I also connect with established companies for contract R&D programmes, which are ever present in TSSG.

3. How did you find starting a new job during a pandemic/working remotely?

For many, working remotely came as something new. It was a strange feeling coming from a day to day on the road face to face into a digital platform. I noticed pretty quickly how businesses adapted to the “new normal”. My approach was that everyone was in the same boat and working together, so it didn’t faze me. I do look forward to meeting my colleague in the office when we reopen and welcoming future companies into the TSSG labs.

4. What’s unique about the Gateway and its presence in the South-East?

Our relationship with WIT has grown from strength to strength over the years. Our presence is ever felt, and our aim is to contribute to the south east becoming a leader in the Digital Transformation world. With over 700 project partners, TSSG researchers have their finger on the pulse with new and cutting-edge technologies in the areas of Future Health, Precision Agriculture, Smart Energy, Intelligent Transport Systems & Molecular Communications and Computing. Almost half of the projects currently active in the research centre are direct industry projects working to improve Ireland’s status as a leader in tech start-ups. TSSG delivers innovative ICT solutions to our clients across multiple industries, including Agritech, HealthTech, Smart Cities, Communications and Energy Sectors.

We are transforming how companies operate and compete through our scientifically proven R&D knowledge and expertise that has a direct impact on improving our clients’ bottom line.

Every company must innovate to survive, especially in a post Covid world. If you do not have a Research, Development and Innovation (RD&I) focus TSSG can help you create that focus. If you have an established RD&I function, create an extension of this function with TSSG and we will help you push the boundaries to ensure you stay ahead of the competition and disrupt the marketplace.

 5. How can companies get involved with TSSG?

Get in touch with myself or one of our team; Miguel Ponce De Leon, Technology Gateway Manager and Carol Faughnan, Business Development Executive, and we will listen carefully to what you need, help to carve out a product development roadmap and match you with the right teams and funding supports to get you where you need to be.

You can also get in touch with the team here.

6. What are the main benefits for a company collaborating with TSSG?

I can’t emphasise enough how together is better. Collaborating with industry and our in-house expertise researchers there are resources here at the TSSG that can benefit a company. You can use funding through TSSG to leverage value to your business.

 7. How can you help a company prepare for an innovation project?

At the TSSG we offer clients valuable experience when it comes to ICT projects. We identify a roadmap through our Innovation Sprint, and this outlines the key technical strategy needed for the project ahead. A good start is half the battle & knowing where we need to be at key stages gives the client and TSSG perspective and a positive outlook.

8. What’s the one piece of advice you would give to a company considering an innovation project?

I would have to say understand your niche. A client understanding the market will work in tandem with our expertise who possess high technical skills. This is a key component when developing the product. The more knowledge a business has on their product, the more innovation takes place.

 9. What do you love most about your job?

I get to meet the with so many companies from a wide spectrum. The satisfaction of guiding clients from concept to application is a great feeling. Knowing that I have helped an entrepreneur who will play a significant role in the economy gives me great joy.  Networking and facilitating relationships between industry and research is a huge buzz.

Contact me on LinkedIn or email me at jprendergast@tssg.org to arrange a meeting or have an informal virtual coffee.

 

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PEM secures capital funding to purchase a Materials Testing Equipment Suite

PEM Technology Gateway at IT Sligo is delighted to have been recently successful in attaining capital equipment funding from Enterprise Ireland to purchase a Materials testing equipment suite which will hugely benefit Irish Industries.

The Suite includes:

  • A Gas Displacement Pycnometer – This instrument will be used to determine the true volume and true density of solids and powders.
  • A Universal Hardness Testing System – An automatic desktop Universal Hardness Testing Machine capable of performing a wide range of test forces (up to 250kgf) on different hardness scales including Vickers, Rockwell, Brinell and Knoop.
  • A Micro Hardness Tester – This Instrument will be used to execute Micro Vickers & Knoop Hardness for values within the load range from 10gf to 2kgf. Availability of this equipment would expand our capacity to determine a material’s hardness or resistance to penetration when test samples are exceedingly small or thin, or when small regions in a composite sample or plating need to be measured.
  • A low force benchtop tensile tester – This Instrument will be used to execute low-force Tensile Testing on small components and assemblies, for example, testing of small medical devices which would be very useful given all the medical device manufacturers in the region.

This new suite of equipment will complement the 600kN Tensile tester we received funding for last year, the device will enable companies to test the strength of multiple materials.

PEM will be pleased to offer tensile testing services in the 400-600kN capabilities to Industry. The high capacity universal tensile testing machine will be capable of performing tensile and compression testing, as well as shear, flexure, peel, tear, cyclic and bend tests. The addition of this equipment to the PEM Gateway provides a unique service offering to enable Ireland’s heavy industry in specialist areas, such as:

  • Construction equipment
  • Heavy equipment
  • Automotive & Aerospace
  • Agricultural machinery

Should you have any questions about testing capabilities or if you would like any further information contact the team at PEM.

This article was first published on the PEM website

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CAPPA receives €88,000 worth of funding for new equipment

The Centre for Advanced Photonics & Process Analysis (CAPPA) is delighted to announce today that it will be receiving €88,000 worth of funding to purchase a new visible hyperspectral-imaging camera as part of the Enterprise Ireland capital equipment call. Heather Humphries on June 4 2020 announced the €6 million investment in equipment from Enterprise Ireland. CAPPA was one of 37 successful applicants to receive funding out of 105 eligible applications totalling €6 million. The winners were selected through a rigorous evaluation process based on eligibility criteria for the call that included, but was not limited to, a strong track record of industry engagement, a significant industrial need for the new equipment, and space to service and maintain the equipment according to international standards.

Hyperspectral imaging is evolving as a robust, rapid, non-destructive tool for chemical imaging-based quality control and process development and monitoring. Problem focused solutions based on hyperspectral imaging are more cost-effective and robust in comparison to more advanced, sophisticated spectroscopic methods. Development of the optimum method requires a fully featured system initially, after which the method can be transferred to an affordable, less sophisticated, application-focused set up tailored to the customer.

Visible Near infrared Hyperspectral Imaging (400-1000nm) can be used for a wide variety of inspection tasks in agriculture, food processing, medical devices, bio-pharma, medical diagnostics and health care. The visible region is particularly suited to the coloured samples typically found in food and agriculture. Often large companies can lack the expertise in specifying a hyperspectral imaging system. There is often a requirement for method development with aspects such as lighting, spectral bandwidth and spatial resolution. CAPPA will operate as a test bed for different inspection possibilities, and be able to specify the simplest unit that would solve the customer’s problem. This new equipment will provide a modernised and broader offering to CAPPA’s service offering with increased range, specificity and flexibility and enable new offerings such as advanced analysis capabilities, process development, monitoring and optimisation, new product development, quality control and contamination analysis.

You can learn more about the current facilities at CAPPA here and see case studies of the work CAPPA conducted with industries across different sectors here.