Intelligent Sensor Solutions in the Food & Beverage Industry
Sponsored by: Baumer Electric AG
Date: 27 October
Time: 3PM London/11AM New York
How to increase the efficiency of machines in the Food & Beverage industry
Steady growth of the world population and urbanization has forced the industry to increase food production in an efficient way. Additionally, companies have to guarantee food safety and trust their sensor equipment inside of their machines. Food production then becomes a careful balancing act as sensors play a major role in the development of reliable processes throughout processing and packaging in the food & beverage industry.
The sensor has to meet both the trends and needs of the OEM and end user. Having the right sensor solution is essential - whether it be a customised solution or from a portfolio of standard products.
This webinar will provide you with an overview of trends, process chains, equipment/machines, applications and products within the food & beverage market. It will also highlight how intelligent sensors provide solutions to present and future requirements.
Join this webinar to learn how machines will become more and more successful through the right use of sensors.
Global Business Manager Food & Beverage
Stefan Blust has 13 years of experience in international automation solutions and 6 years in sensor solutions for the packaging and food & beverage machine industry. During his period as key account manager he gathered up deep relationship to well-known companies as Procter & Gamble, Kraft Foods, Unilever, etc. and learned a lot about their needs and special requirements. He holds an degree as industrial engineer from the University of Applied Science in Furtwangen.
Key Learning Objectives
- Overview of the food & beverage market for processing and packaging
- How to realize food safety in order to provide sensors with hygienic design
- How to optimize and improve processes in the food & beverage industry
- What is the optimal sensor for the food & beverage industry?
- Electrical Engineer
- Mechanical Engineer
- Process Engineer
- Packaging Engineer
- Packaging Development
- Supply Chain Manager
- Process Development Manager
- Production Manager