Quarterly - News March 2019

Are you already eager to know what this AFT-Quarterly has to offer you? “Protecting production against cyber attacks”, “Crust Flow P2” and “Bottling on demand” are technological highlights. They are accompanied by news from the fields of ingredients and analytics. We are also introducing a European Research Project to you again, as well as a food technology Research Institute.

We wish you an interesting and informative read.

Preventing cyber attacks

Preventing cyber attacks

The example of the Pilsner Urquell brewery shows how the first step towards further cyber safeguarding of industrial plants can be taken.

Preventing cyber attacks (.pdf)

Efficient cryogenic processes

Efficient cryogenic processes

The gas producer Air Liquide offers various cryogenic solutions, with the aid of which foods can be efficiently processed, frozen and chilled.

Efficient cryogenic processes (.pdf)

Ultra-flexible production

Ultra-flexible production

The Bottling on Demand concept study by Krones is tasked with re-exploring the limits of flexibility. The aim is Batch size 1.

Ultra-flexible production (.pdf)

Prehistoric superfood

Prehistoric superfood

With the Tartary buckwheat, a raw material that combines functionality with flavor and is thus deemed to be a new superfood is celebrating its comeback.

Prehistoric superfood (.pdf)

Measuring the fat content

Measuring the fat content

The ORACLE Fat Analyzer as a combined microwave and NMR device provides fast, solvent-free and calibration-free technology and delivers precise results.

Measuring the fat content (.pdf)

Plant protein

Plant protein

The project PROTEIN2FOOD aims to develop innovative, cost-effective and resource-efficient, locally produced, healthy plant proteins for human consumption.

Plant protein (.pdf)

KIT

KIT

The Institute of Food Process Engineering at KIT (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) offers a comprehensive study and research programme.

KIT (.pdf)