Fruit and vegetable grading and sorting

MAF RODA, agribusiness field


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Their challenge


To guarantee that only the highest quality fruits and vegetables are found on grocery store shelves.
The customer develops grading machines to accurately analyze fruit according to quality and color criteria. Each piece of fruit generates 20 color images and 20 near infrared images as it moves and rotates forward under the cameras - covering 100% of its surface. The challenge for the customer was how to use powerful and fast image processing functions.



Our solution



We helped the customer to use a toolbox of standard software functions (MIL) whose performance had compared favorably to "home-made" proprietary functions. The customer could then benchmark the execution speed of the functions, their ease of use and programming time savings.



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Benefits

The customer devotes more time to his specific activity than wasting time on writing and maintenance of his own functions. Given the excellent stability of the library, it helps to improve the productivity of programmers.

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