|Smart Agriculture and Food Traceability|
Nowadays, consumers must be able to connect with data coming from multiple sources in and outside the supply chain. Information and communications technology (ICT) solutions (e.g. automated quality control) have an impact on quality and safety of any product and they are needed to optimize the information flow between farmers and stakeholders and to improve traceability in the food supply chain.
The current food labelling system cannot guarantee food quality and safety. A good traceability system is a useful tool to overcome this problem, thereby minimizing the potential for bad publicity, and enhancing consumer confidence.
|Laboratory: μELab: Lab of Microelectronics|
|Contact Person: Massimo Conti|