Watch on demand now to learn how virtual or augmented reality can aid collaboration between people and robotic devices in poultry production.
Dr. Wayne Daley, advisor to the Agricultural Technology Research Program, Georgia Tech Research Institute will discuss how the integration of virtual and augmented reality interfaces between machines and people can help with loading machines and manipulating product in poultry production. Comas Haynes, faculty, Georgia Tech Research Institute, will share information on a system and method for rotation and holding-in-place of poultry carcasses in shackle device for in-line immersive chilling. Olga Pawluczyk, president, CEO and co-founder, P&P Optica, will present about the use of hyperspectral imaging in poultry processing to identify food quality issues and detect foreign objects.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- Understand how virtual or augmented reality can aid collaboration between people and robotic devices in poultry production.
- Learn about the benefits of kinematic enhancement for in-line immersive chilling.
- Learn how hyperspectral imaging technology uses physics to understand the chemistry of food.
This is the fourth webinar of the '2021 Poultry Tech Summit Webinar Series: What’s coming next.' During this seven-part webinar series industry experts will preview what’s coming next – from prospective solutions to developing technology – for the poultry industry.
This webinar series is sponsored by: Arm & Hammer, Aviagen, Baader, Boehringer Ingelheim, Cargill, Ceva, Chore-Time, Cobb, Evonik, Marel, Phibro Animal Health, Staubli, and Zoetis.
Presented by WATT Poultry and WATT Global Media.
Dr. Wayne Daley, advisor to the Agricultural Technology Research Program, Georgia Tech Research Institute
Dr. Wayne Daley was a Principal Research Engineer and GTRI Fellow at the Georgia Tech Research Institute and served as the Associate Division Chief of the Food Processing Technology Division in GTRI. Dr. Daley received a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech. Dr. Daley has had extensive experience in the field of machine vision signal processing and their industrial applications, especially as they relate to the development of prototype systems to support and address automation challenges in the processing of natural products. Recently retired, he is now an advisor to the Agricultural Technology Research Program at GTRI.
Comas Haynes, faculty, Georgia Tech Research Institute
Comas Haynes is a faculty member of the Georgia Tech Research Institute and former Joint Faculty Appointee at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. His research includes modeling steady state and transient behavior of advanced energy systems, inclusive of their thermal management, and the characterization and optimization of novel cycles. He holds a B.S. from Florida A&M University and earned an M.S. and Ph.D from Georgia Tech, all in mechanical engineering.
Olga Pawluczyk, president, CEO and co-founder, P&P Optica
Olga Pawluczyk is the co-founder and CEO of P&P Optica (PPO), based in Waterloo, Ontario. She is an expert in medical imaging, with a technical background in systems engineering and deep knowledge of the science of spectroscopy. Pawluczyk is driven by the opportunity to combine emerging technologies to significantly improve the nutritional quality, safety and sustainability of our food.