It has been established with laboratory and field trials that spoiling grain produces higher CO2 levels compared to good quality grain. This is usually attributed to a combination of factors such as the presence of mold or insect infestation. Grain spoilage may occur in localized areas (aka “hotspots”) in a grain store which can be missed by temperature cables installed in a silo, making early detection of spoilage […]
Maintaining supply chain continuity during the COVID-19 pandemic is crucial and essential. Centaur is providing resources and technology to support the businesses that are feeding the world, in overcoming these unprecedented challenges.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning methodologies have already proven game-changers in many industries.
Mycotoxins in stored grain are a public health hazard and a cause for food and feed recalls. How can the Internet-of-Things and A.I. help eliminate it?
Centaur and the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) have released a special report on how a digitized supply chain, using blockchain, can bring significant quality and safety enhancements to staple foods and baked goods. Download the Special Report Related Content:Centaur’s CEO, Dr. Sotiris Bantas, speaks about traceability in the supply chain