Food Chain Sensing Technology

Sensors increase productivity, detect pathogens and more.

Modern sensor technology is having an increasingly positive impact on all stages of food production from agriculture through animal welfare and veterinary medicine to food quality control and pathogen detection. Technologies employed range from hyperspectral imaging using drones to inground sensors for water and soil nutrients to Point-of-Care sensors for identifying pathogens in animals and food. Data analysis is utilised for imaging, IoT networks, with AI fulfilling an essential role. Controlling the impact of agriculture and food production on the environment is requirement where sensors play an essential role.

Sensor Applications

  Crop monitoring Food pathogens
  Animal welfare Water contaminants
  Veterinary medicine Environment monitoring
  Blockchain in food production AI in food chain sensing

Call for Papers

  Contributed oral and poster presentations are invited
  Send 200-word (100-word for posters) in MS Word format to
  Deadline: 14th June for Oral; 21st June for Posters


  Registration is free and is now open
  Register HERE

Confirmed Speakers

Dr. Firat Guder Dr. Rui Martins Dr M. Gabriela Almeida Dr. Magdalena Raykova  
Imperial College INESC TEC Nitrogen Sensing Solutions Rapisense  
Dr. Hebat-Allah Tohamy        
National Research Centre, Egypt        


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