Glaser places a hamburger bun on the conveyor belt of the product imaging system.
Our customized equipment triangulates using cameras and lasers to evaluate products.
Our customized equipment triangulates using cameras and lasers to evaluate finished product characteristics.
The visible laser traces the product and accurately measures dimensions.
Criteria evaluated for the products include: height, length, topping distribution, and color.
The conveyor belt system has customizable options to enable evaluation of various products such as pizza, muffins, cookies, etc.
The multi-channel pipette is used to improve productivity in immunoassay applications.
The pipette improves accuracy and turnaround time for routine laboratory procedures.
A scientist measures water activity, thus directly integrating into the storage shelf life.
A scientist measures water activity, which is an integral factor of product shelf life.
A risograph - an instrument used to measure yeast activity and gassing power.
AIB scientists can provide all of the resources to turn your questions into answers.
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