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Transfer of nir spectra from different devices and locations into a global cloud-based model

By deploying Chemometric Brain’s spectra transfer tool, any food company can transfer and consolidate NIR spectra from different locations, different devices and with distinctive technical specifications, i.e, diverse manufacturers, distinctive wavelength range of work, different resolutions, etc… Food companies can also use the transferred spectra in other functionalities of Chemometric Brain’s software … Read More

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NIR technology: as easy as using a printer

NIR technology, chemometrics, spectroscopy… When you hear them for the first time, they sound scary, but these rather bombastic terms define a technique and procedures that are much simpler than they seem, since they have been created, as with the natural evolution of technology, to make our lives easier. … Read More

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Food safety and reputation

Chemometric Brain, a company from Murcia that operates all over the world. This company has developed a NIR-based software that is very easy to use and allows the identification of the components of any ingredient or foodstuff in powder, liquid, solid or gel form in just a few seconds. It detects that its composition has not undergone variations and corresponds to the parameters of the product. … Read More

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Protein concentrates: ensuring value, quality and compliance

From suppliers to producers, all companies interested in being competitive in the food industry are increasingly aware of the importance of having a quality control system based on clearly defined internal standards, safety and traceability. In this sense, Chemometric Brain SaaS enables a new global and digitized solution for both food suppliers and producers. … Read More

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Determining shelf life of ingredients for juice production

A company in the beverage sector wanted to evaluate the functionality of juice products containing pectin as stabilizing agent two years after being produced. Two measures of the same batch of ingredients were performed in two different moments. First analysis was carried out just after the manufacturing process and the second one was completed two years later. With the implementation of Chemometric Brain’s qualitative analysis, the customer was able to detect chemical changes and learn how the product evolved over time. … Read More

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Detection of adulterated proteins in the dairy industry

One of our customers in the dairy industry tested Chemometric Brain to detect adulterated samples of milk protein. The adulterated samples could be clearly identified when using Chemometric Brain’s model for Milk Protein Concentrate 85%. With this simple and quick technique, producers can discard adulterated raw materials before including them in the manufacturing process, which may lead to economic and reputational losses. … Read More

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