Carbon dioxide (CO2) is produced by all living organisms and is a part of photosynthesis. However, when at elevated levels, it impacts plant’s growth, ripening and shelf-life of goods, people’s safety and animals’ welfare.
Accurate data on the CO2 level enables better decision-making for more sustainable food production, storage, and logistics. In this webinar, we discuss how safety, productivity and quality of food products can be substantially improved with the help of reliable CO2 measurement using a unique CARBOCAP® technology. The technology offers superior long-term stability, low maintenance costs, and accurate measurements even in the most demanding applications such as
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Antti Viitanen is a Product Manager at Vaisala for Industrial Instruments and is mainly focusing on OEM products/Dew Point and Carbon Dioxide products. He has over 15 years of experience in electronic sensor technology. Antti holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Aalto University, Finland.
Vaisala CARBOCAP® sensor technology is well suited to a wide range of applications, but since the final customer value for each industrial application is unique, it depends on the product line of how the CARBOCAP® sensor technology is implemented.
Carbon dioxide measurement is required in many applications from building automation and greenhouses to life science and safety.
Shelf-life of produce, its freshness, taste and safety for consumption are greatly defined by the transportation and storage conditions. Accurate monitoring and control of temperature, humidity and carbon dioxide ensure proper preservation of food items, timely ripening of fruits and vegetables and seasonal food variety for consumers in different destinations and working safety for storage and production personnel.
Food and beverage industry produces globally consumed commodities. Agricultural goods are harvested on the farms, greenhouses or laboratories,
and then transported to cold storages for the best preservation of freshness and taste.