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新しい生鮮品の鮮度検知技術

Emerging Technologies to Detect Freshness of Produce

発行 Frost & Sullivan 商品コード 652578
出版日 ページ情報 英文 65 Pages
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新しい生鮮品の鮮度検知技術 Emerging Technologies to Detect Freshness of Produce
出版日: 2018年05月31日 ページ情報: 英文 65 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、生鮮品の鮮度検知のための各種新興技術を調査し、果物・野菜の鮮度検知へのニーズ、熟度のモニタリングにおける課題、主要技術の種類と概要、特徴、メリット・デメリット、主要技術のランキング、戦略的提言などをまとめています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 果物の熟度検知へのニーズ

  • 果物・野菜の鮮度検知:概要
  • 複雑な輸送中の果物の熟度のモニタリング
  • 果物の熟度のモニタリングのその他の課題:エチレンレベルとの関連性
  • 生鮮品の鮮度検知に適した新興技術

第3章 エレクトロニックノーズ (人工電子鼻)

  • 生鮮品の熟度特定に重要なVOC (例:エチレン):特にクリマクテリック型果実
  • クリマクテリック型果実とエチレン
  • エレクトロニックノーズによるVOCの検知
  • 酸化すず・金属酸化物半導体センサーを用いたエレクトロニックノーズ

第4章 ハイパースペクトル&マルチスペクトルイメージング

  • イメージングと分光技術のメリットを統合
  • 限度・制約

第5章 RGBカメラ

  • 状態記録に使用でき高精度の画像を提供

第6章 マイクロ波イメージング

  • 生鮮品の全体構造の測定を支援
  • 限度・制約

第7章 近赤外分光法

  • 標的のスペクトルフィンガープリントの解析
  • NIR分光法:限度・制約
  • 可視/近赤外分光DAメーター
  • 非分散型 (NDIR) 吸収分光法の重要性
  • 紫外分光法によるクロロフィル計測

第8章 電気化学センサー

  • 電極触媒性電気化学センサーによるエチレン検知

第9章 熱量センサー

第10章 その他の熟度測定技術

  • 超音波センシング
  • マイクロガスクロマトグラフィ
  • 光音響分光法
  • CRDS
  • レーザーバイオスペックル
  • その他

第11章 技術ランキング

第12章 総論・戦略的提言

第13章 コンタクト情報

目次
Product Code: D829

Improved Detection of Ethylene and other VOCs to Sense Fruit Ripeness

Advancements in sensor technologies have created opportunities for fruits and vegetables producers to discover a wide range of solutions for food safety and food monitoring applications. Reduction in wastage, optimization of produce, reduction in cost, and adoption of smart devices are encouraging advancements in the food industry.

Sensors are playing a vital role in food monitoring and a number of technologies have evolved to monitor the freshness of produce. Apart from remotely monitoring, it is essential for the detection of chemicals for determining the freshness of fruits and vegetables.

The research report “Emerging Technologies to Detect Freshness of Produce” highlights the key sensor technologies leveraged for detecting the freshness of produce. The report also offers insights on global products, developments in sensors for determining fruit ripeness and for predicting shelf life of fruits and vegetables during transportation. The scope of the report is focused on sensors suitable for detecting volatile organic compounds (VOCs) (i.e., Ethylene is a key sensing parameter) to indicate ripening or decay of fruits and vegetables and also to indicate if a commodity is near the end of its shelf life.

The report covers impact of technologies such as Electronic nose, hyperspectral and multispectral imaging, RGB camera, microwave imaging, near infrared spectrometer, electrochemical sensors and calorimetric sensors.

Key questions addressed in the technology and innovation report includes the following:

  • 1. What are the various types of sensor technologies used for freshness detection?
  • 2. What are the benefits and applications of the technology?
  • 3. What are the factors influencing the need for sensor technologies for fruits and vegetables freshness detection?
  • 4. What are future growth opportunities for key sensing technologies used for freshness detection?

Table of Contents

1.0. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Research Scope
  • 1.2. Research Methodology
  • 1.3. Research Methodology Explained
  • 1.4. Ethylene proves to be vital for monitoring ripeness of fruits
  • 1.5. Presence of high levels of ethylene directly influences the shelf life of the produce
  • 1.6. Impact of oxygen, carbon dioxide and other gases on fruits
  • 1.7. Electronic Nose detects ethylene and other VOCs suitable for ripeness detection

2.0. NEED FOR DETECTING FRUIT RIPENESS

  • 2.1. Freshness Detection in Fruits and Vegetables- A Brief Snapshot
  • 2.2. Challenges in Monitoring Fruit Ripeness During Transport are Complex
  • 2.3. Other Challenges in Monitoring Fruit Ripeness are associated with levels of ethylene and ripening stage correlation
  • 2.4. Emerging Technologies Suitable for the Detection of Freshness of Produce

3.0. ELECTRONIC NOSE

  • 3.1. VOCs (i.e., Ethylene) Crucial in Identifying Ripeness of Produce, Particularly Climacteric Fruits
  • 3.2. Climacteric fruits are known to produce higher ethylene than non-climacteric fruits
  • 3.3. Electronic Noses have Opportunities for Detecting VOCS in Ripening or Decaying Fruits and Vegetables
  • 3.4. Electronic Noses Using Tin/Metal Oxide Semiconductor Sensors

4.0. HYPERSPECTRAL AND MULTISPECTRAL IMAGING

  • 4.1. Hyperspectral and Multispectral Imaging integrate the advantages of imaging and spectroscopy technologies
  • 4.2. Limitations in Hyperspectral and Multispectral Imaging

5.0. RGB CAMERA

  • 5.1. RGB Cameras offer accurate images which can be used for recording conditions

6.0. MICROWAVE IMAGING

  • 6.1. Microwave technology aids in the measurement of the entire structure of the produce
  • 6.2. Limitations in Microwave Imaging

7.0. NEAR INFRARED SPECTROMETRY

  • 7.1. Near Infrared Spectrometry are suitable for analyzing spectral fingerprint of target
  • 7.2. Limitations of NIR Spectrometry
  • 7.3. Visible/Near Infrared Spectrometric DA Meter
  • 7.4. Significance of Nondispersive (NDIR) Absorption Spectroscopy in Freshness Detection of Produce
  • 7.5. Determination of Fruit Ripeness Using Ultraviolet Spectrometry by Measuring Fluorescence of Chlorophyll

8.0. ELECTROCHEMICAL SENSOR

  • 8.1. Electrocatalytic Electrochemical Sensor offers sensitivity and portability suitable for ethylene detection

9.0. CALORIMETRIC SENSOR

  • 9.1. Colorimetric Sensing can also Prove to be a Suitable Technology for Freshness Detection

10.0. OTHER TECHNOLOGIES TO MEASURE FRUIT OR VEGETABLE MATURITY OR RIPENESS

  • 10.1. Capability of Ultrasonic Sensing for freshness detection
  • 10.2. Capability of Micro Gas Chromatography for freshness detection
  • 10.3. Capability of Photoacoustic Spectroscopy for freshness detection
  • 10.4. Capability of Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CRDS) for freshness detection
  • 10.5. Laser Biospeckle Measurements for Freshness Detection
  • 10.6. Additional Methods to Measure Fruit Maturity or Ripeness

11.0. RANKING OF KEY TECHNOLOGIES SUITABLE FOR DETECTING FRUIT/VEGETABLE RIPENESS

  • 11.1. Electrochemical and gas chromatography are highly suitable for determination of fruit ripeness
  • 11.2. Cost effective E-Nose will have potential in the determination of produce freshness
  • 11.3. NIR Spectroscopy will have a potential as a cost-effective solution of determining fruit ripeness
  • 11.4. Hyperspectral imaging has the capability to acquire large amount of information needed for freshness detection
  • 11.5. UV fluorescence measures chlorophyll from the fruits' skin for freshness detection
  • 11.6. X-Ray and Terahertz Imaging are the other technologies which have a potential for freshness detection
  • 11.7. RGB and photoacoustic spectroscopy are being investigated for quality inspection
  • 11.8. CRDS offers measurement using near infrared laser

12.0. CONCLUSIONS AND STRATEGIC RECOMMENDATIONS

  • 12.1. Affordability and accuracy are some of the key parameters expected from sensing technologies for freshness detection
  • 12.2. Sensing of ethylene aids in identifying the ripeness of fruits and vegetables
  • 12.3. Traditional ethylene measuring techniques have been expensive and laborious
  • 12.4. E-noses can be suitable for comparing VOCs suitable for detecting fruit ripeness

13.0. INDUSTRY CONTACTS

  • 13.1. Industry Contacts
  • Legal Disclaimer
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