Erik Lagerberg och Henrik Melin present today their thesis about ”Benefits and risks of implementing a dynamic shelf life prediction system” A proposed way of coping with the enormous food wastage in today’s society is to use something called dynamic shelf life prediction. With the use of sensor technology and data modelling, an accurate prediction…Details
Prof. Peter Rådström representing LTH at the Global Food Safety and Technology Forum 2016 presented the Dynahmat concept. The Conference was hosted by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) with the purpose to to enhance synergy among all food safety stakeholders to embark on science-and-technology driven collaborative initiatives. This was a result from previous visits to…Details
Åse Jevinger defends her thesis on “Toward intelligent goods: characteristics, architectures and applications” at Malmö University on November 21, 2014. The thesis can be read here: http://dspace.mah.se/bitstream/handle/2043/17810/2043_17810%20Jevinger3%20muep.pdf;jsessionid=20554D6389FC9C0EA23D7D1B76567BF8?sequence=4
Fredrik Nilsson presented the Dynahmat concept at the Top Packaging Summit in Helsingborg.
After one year of Project work it was time to gather the project members in the Dynahmat Project. With Flextrus AB being the host for the meeting, we had a great day updating each other, planning for the future and deciding on what to focus more on as well as on widening the scope of the…Details
The paper “A Field Test Study on a Dynamic Shelf Life Service for Perishables” written by Åse Jevinger, Malin Göransson and Klara Båth was presented as a full paper at the Nordic logistics conference NOFOMA2014. ABSTRACT Purpose To investigate the possibilities, risks and requirements of a dynamic shelf life service – a technological innovation focusing…Details
Olle Hydbom presented about “Dynamic best before date for minimized food waste“ at the Packbridge seminar and the RFID Nordic seminar in Stockholm (Kista and KTH) on the 20 March 2014.