The workshop on the “The role of Information Technology and Process Analytical Technology in assessing Food Quality & Safety - The case of the PhasmaFOOD project” took place on Thursday, 27 September, 2018. The event, kindly hosted by the Agricultural University of Athens, attracted about 30 stakeholders from industry and academia & research, interested in food sensing technologies.
The workshop sessions presented a broader spectrum of IT-supported advances readily applicable to quality and safety applications for the food industry. At the workshop, the prototype PhasmaFOOD multisensor food-scanning device was for the first time presented to the open public and attracted great interest.
The event was organised by the PhasmaFOOD project with honorary support of SEVT, the Federation of Hellenic Food Industry. The Federation expressed their interest to have the prototype PhasmaFOOD device and the project findings presented also to their members, who represent the Food & Drink Industry in Greece.
We warmly thank all the participants for their interest and constructive discussions!
More information and the agenda of the workshop are available at https://bit.ly/2OJrZph