Global food demand increases yearly due to the growing population. In fact, by the year 2020, there will be a 30% increase in the global demand for packaged milk products (Tetra Pak Dairy index). To address this need, many aspects of the tetra packaging process are automated.
The automated process is monitored by industrial-grade computing devices. These devices are connected to sensors which can accurately determine the quality each product.
In addition, these devices function optimally regardless of its operating times. This is because of its excellent build quality and rugged features, such as its IP69K rating and NEMA sealing. This prevents water and loses by-products from damaging the internal components.
Learn more on this blog how embedding the S12 projected capacitive touchscreen pc optimises the tetra packaging process.
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Today, competition drives the shipping industry to innovate and streamline shipping and logistics operations. Hence, many shipping companies are using advanced terminal operating systems and intra-port communications to monitor shipping activities.
In fact, industrial grade computers are being utilised to track these activities. The industrial computing devices can operate for extended periods of time due to its rugged build quality. The S17 rugged industrial panel PC, in particular, is encased in a stainless steel covering, preventing intrusions from damaging its internal parts.
Utilising industrial panel computers to monitor shipping and logistics operations on the port also yields some advantages.
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Meat packaging plants process, pack and distribute hundreds of food products daily. In fact, many aspects of the meat processing system are being digitised to keep up with the growing consumer demands.
An example is during the meat butchering phase. Robotic cutters and advanced sensors are used to precisely cut the meat into the standardised sizes. Afterwards, the computer assesses the quality of the products before it is packaged and shipped.
Industrial computing devices like the S17 rugged industrial computers are utilised to ensure that the process is optimised. Its industrial grade internal components allow the device to perform optimally for extended hours whilst functioning properly. In addition, it has a NEMA sealing that acts as another protective layer, which resists intrusions such as water and food particles.
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Food undergoes many procedures before the items are packed in a tetra pack packaging plant. Many of these processes are automated to meet the production quota.
Industrial computing devices like the S12 rugged industrial PCs with projected capacitance are able to monitor these automated these processes efficiently. The industrial grade computing device is able to assess the product quality and monitor plant activities.
Now, is there a need to monitor the automated processes in this industry’s packaging plant? Find out on this blog how the S12 projected capacitive touchscreen PCs can properly observe the packing process.
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Thousands of products are exchanged in the busy ship ports across the world. The United Kingdom, in particular, houses one of the busiest harbours in the world. Its shipping industry contributed around £500 million to the country’s GDP in 2013 (UK Maritime Services Sector).
Due to the busy activities in the port, it is difficult to individually monitor all the cargo. Using industrial computing devices eases the way shipping and logistics problems. One of the computing devices that can be used in these types of operations are the S17 industrial panel PCs.
The S17 rugged industrial PCs have features that streamline the logistics system. For one, there is existing computer software that can quickly process the information and present it in a uniform manner. Using these programs on the industrial computing device, the operator can easily analyse, interpret and log the data.
Today, there is an increasing need to digitise these operations. On this blog, understand the unique features of these computers that help improve the operations of the industry.
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Food packaging was a method developed to protect the product from contaminants such as dirt, harmful micro-organisms, parasites and toxic substances. This method slows down the deterioration of the food’s quality. This extends its shelf life which allows the product to be stored for later use.
Today, industrial computing systems are able to monitor the packing process which ensures that the highest standard of food quality is upheld. The sensors can detect not only meat quality but also foreign contaminants and fat content. It segregates good quality products from subpar products and informs the operator of the condition of the item.
Due to the extended operating hours, industrial panel PCs like the S17 rugged industrial computers can be utilised to monitor the meat packaging process. It has the resilience and dedicated resources needed to function optimally under strenuous conditions.
Is there a need for computers to function properly for extended periods? Learn on this blog the details why the S17 rugged computers are the most suited monitor this industry’s processes.
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Today’s food industry upholds the highest standard of quality. Food processing businesses must observe the safety and quality of their products. Monitoring all the processes takes an incredible amount of effort and focus when done manually.
Thankfully, advanced computing technologies allow the automation and observation of many complex processes involved. Technologies using industrial computers can process, segregate and monitor thousands of products simultaneously.
For example, industrial PCs with a projected capacitive touchscreen can monitor the product lines in the tetra pack packaging plant. And, by using these devices, operators can ensure the product’s quality throughout the processes.
With a streamlined packaging process, these industrial computing devices can assess the quality of products quickly and detect issues if any come up. Learn more details on this blog on how these devices can optimise the plant production and quality assessment.
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