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Computer learns which bread rolls are good
In recent months, Pegamento has built a system to fully automatically recognise the best bread rolls and to remove unsuitable bread rolls from the belt. A camera scans 200 000 bread rolls every day. Using AI, the computer learned to recognise the good bread rolls by size, shape, and colour. After scanning 5000 pieces per type of bread roll, the system was fully commissioned. Rob Roode, R&D officer at Pegamento, adds: "The work for Bakkerij Amstelveld shows that AI is also perfectly applicable to SMEs with a digitisation demand."
First Dutch bakery with an image recognition and AI system
Bakkerij Amstelveld is the first bakery in the Netherlands that uses computer vision with AI to check every bread roll. A first AI network looks at what type of bread is involved and ensures that each individual bread roll can be detected. A second AI network then checks whether the quality is satisfactory. The system rejects the unsatisfactory bread and, via a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), forwards it to one of the rejection belts.
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