Improve food safety, quality & efficiency in your plant
P&P Optica’s Smart Imaging System can “see” the chemical make-up of the food as it passes by at line speed. Unlike other vision systems, our patented technology uses hyperspectral imaging to understand food quality and find foreign contaminants.
PPO's Smart Imaging System can collect rich information about food chemistry: protein, water and fat content; tenderness; freshness and more.
Our system can also detect even very small foreign materials on the line, at line speed.
Bone & Cartilage
Let PPO’s Smart Imaging System protect your bottom line
- Optimize your revenue by reducing waste, avoiding costly recalls and assessing food quality
- Improve the quality of your food by assessing characteristics such as protein, water, fat content, tenderness & more
- Find foreign objects, regardless of type and source, with a single PPO Smart Imaging system installed on your line
- Manage your plant and your food quality in real-time with PPO’s in-depth analytics and reporting.
See the PPO Smart Imaging System in Action at Maple Leaf Foods
Learn how our Smart Imaging System helps:
P&P Optica’s Smart Imaging System provides a whole new level of visibility into your food process to improve your bottom line through:
Increase your food safety to reduce customer rejections & consumer recalls.
Simultaneously detect plastic, bone, cartilage, metal, wood & rubber
Identify foreign material as small as 1 mm in-line & real-time
Improve your food quality with better analytics.
Analytically & accurately grade protein, water, fat content & more
Keep suppliers accountable for quality
Reduce food waste to improve production efficiencies & save money.
Accurately determine food waste from good product
Resolve food waste issues faster with in-line, real-time results
Elevate your ability to manage your food process and supply chain like never before with our data analysis.LEARN MORE
“PPO’s Smart Imaging System will provide processors with unprecedented in-line visibility over food safety and quality.”Doug Alexander, Food Processing Operations Executive