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Lebensmittelproduktion in der „intelligenten Fabrik“ | Event on the Anuga FoodTec 2022
IVLV - Industrievereinigung für Lebensmitteltechnologie und Verpackung e.V.

Food production in the "intelligent factory"

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26.04.2022 | 1:40 p.m. - 3:10 p.m.
Food Processing, Digitalisation, Automation, Environment & Energy, Science & Pioneering
Main Stage Smart Solutions - Higher Flexibility, Hall 6, Booth D 90/ F 109

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IVLV - Industrievereinigung für Lebensmitteltechnologie und Verpackung e.V.
Giggenhauser Str. 35
85354 Freising
Germany
+49 8161 491-140

The event

Today companies in the food industry are especially required to offer high-quality, increasingly diverse products at competitive prices. Here they move between the conflicting priorities of profitability and a great responsibility toward consumers, the environment and legislators. In the age of Industry 4.0, support with information technology with digital mapping of the internal and inter-company processes is imperative for competitiveness. Many food manufacturers are reflecting on the "Smart Food Factory" as highly automated or even autonomous processes and applications. 

However, where can intelligent food production in the sense of the Smart Factory already become a reality today? How can "Food Industry 4.0" be structured safely and efficiently? Which areas and products are suitable for being digitalised and what standards can be relied on?

The session will discuss some of these questions and illuminate possible solutions from the standpoint of research and practice.

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13:40-13:50 Opening and Chair

Dr.-Ing. Tobias Voigt, IVLV - Safe packaging for sustainably produced food products, Freising, Germany

13:50-14:15 The Weihenstephaner Standards with interface standard OPC UA –basis for the digital factory

M. Sc. Dipl. Brmst. Christoph Nophut, Technical University of Munich, Chair of brewing and beverage technology, Munich, Germany

14:15-14:40 Operator support in the intelligent factory through self-learning assistance systems

Paul Weber, Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV, Dresden, Germany

14:40-15:05 Measuring the Unmeasurable – Real time prediction of quality parameters in food production 

Prof. Dr. Michael Colombo, Technological Institute for Applied Artificial Intelligence GmbH, Weiden, Germany

15:05-15:10 Summary and closing

Dr.-Ing. Tobias Voigt, IVLV - Safe packaging for sustainably produced food products, Freising, Germany

 


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