In-line process control – the key to more efficiency
ZEISS was one of the first companies to develop spectrometers for operation in the farming industry, for example on harvesting machines. The spectrometer systems are used under really harsh conditions and are able to deliver precise results despite fluctuating temperatures, vibrations and shocks. To ensure a consistent process flow, the entire process must be monitored at all stages. The commonality of all in-line sensors from ZEISS is the software. The InProcess software enables the user to control several spectrometers at the same time…
To ensure a consistent process flow, the entire process must be monitored at all stages. Starting with quality analysis of raw materials, ongoing monitoring is required at stages throughout the process and for final inspection of the finished product. The monitoring programme can also support process optimisation. An additional benefit of monitoring is to control the residual materials in order to determine the value of the ‘waste’ in case of re-utilisation.
The commonality of all in-line sensors from ZEISS is the software. The InProcess software enables the user to control several spectrometers at the same time.
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