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Videometer Visits EU Project Partners

Videometer is engaged in the EU-funded project for food safety, DiTECT. We visited two of the partners in Athens to discuss the project.

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Biofouling on surfaces – Videometer Resources

What is biofouling? How Videometer measures it? Learn the answers by reading this article today!

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Genetic Purity Assessment on pepper seed

Genetic Purity on pepper seed has accuracy of 97% with VideometerLab. Read more about the Chinese study where they used Videometer’s instrument.

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Rapid and non-destructive determination of DON Content in Wheat

Determine DON content in wheat using multispectral imaging. Discover more about this application by reading about the new paper from a research team in Hefei.

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Growth stimulation measured by PhenoLab using Multispectral Imaging

Learn how multispectral imaging can be used in water use efficiency. This article explores the collaboration of Videometer and PhenoLab.

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Quality Assessment of fresh-cut pineapple

Food application is one of the areas Videometer is working in. Read about the paper showing VideometerLab aiding an assessment of the quality of fresh-cut pineapple.

Recovery of writings on ancient ostraca – Heritage Inspection

Manuscript and papyrus inspection is possible with VideometerLab. Learn more about how the instrument was used on the Greek island of Rhodes.

New EU project TESTA for improving Seed Quality Control

The new EU project – TESTA – concerns improving Seed Quality Control. The consortium is composed by various international seed experts.

We got awarded with ISPE 2013 for outstanding work

2 students working with VideometerLab UV got awarded with ISPE Student Prize.

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How to optimise Seed Processing?

The new collaboration between Westrup, Chalmers University and, Videometer for optimisation of seed processing.