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Hyperspectral imaging shines a light on food safety

Just as detectives use ultraviolet light or dusting powder to find fingerprints, food producers have turned to hyperspectral imaging, or HSI, to examine fruit, vegetables, meat, and even crops still in the field. HSI works in spectrums beyond the capabilities of the human eye and at speeds that would be impossible for any worker to match.

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Bob Whitby

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