Given the importance of producing safe, nutritious food with sufficient shelf life, it's no surprise that the food industry is intensely regulated. Food packaging regulations are constantly under revision and with the rapid rise of food allergy incidences in the United Kingdom, food and beverage manufacturers are under increasing pressure to ensure correct labeling is achieved or risk heavy ...
Mislabeled food products can have serious consequences to the manufacturer, retailer, and the consumer. Margarine manufacturer, Bunge Finland Oy, received a request from one of its large global customers to implement automated quality control checks to error-proof the packaging process. Microscan's QX Hawk was integrated into their packaging line to successfully eliminate product label errors.
This white paper is intended to give you an introductory overview of fixed-mount bar code scanners: how they work, what they can and can't do, and how they can meet your specic requirements. This paper does not attempt to make a case for any particular technology or product, nor does it go into extreme detail about such issues as bar code label production or interface with a host computer.
Should laser barcode scanners be considered “obsolete” technology and are imagers (camera- based readers) the only viable technology for today’s applications? While imagers have seen increased use due to the growing adoption of 2D symbols such as Data Matrix, laser scanners still set the standard for accurate, high speed barcode reading in many applications. The optimal barcode reading solution ...
This white paper focuses on barcode and machine vision systems that can be used in packaging lines to ensure label accuracy and to comply with safety regulations as well as mandates or codes of practice imposed by retailers. Barcode and machine vision solutions help manufacturers adhere to these regulations and avoid product recalls, whilst ensuring quality and improving efficiency. Three ...
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► Growth in robotics use is expected to result in 1 million new jobs over the next five years
► 2 to 3 million direct employment and 3 to 5 million indirect employment as a result of robotics in world manufacturing
► ‘Automation and robotics’, ‘increased size of manufacturing plants’ and ‘globalisation of sourcing’ are three ...
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