Linking the information that emerges throughout the process from land or sea to the consumer enhances our knowledge of what affects the quality. This can improve the food we produce and make the food production process more sustainable.
This can be used for everything from potato quality to the welfare of farmed salmon.
Linking the information in this way can accelerate and improve decision-making processes and provide new insight into causal relationships and challenges.
At Nofima, we collaborate with companies on data analysis, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
We are also widening our use of these tools in researh to increase our possibilities of finding patterns and answers that are more demanding to find using traditional research methods.
Fresh results and selected projects
Centre for research based innovation (SFI)
The SFI research centres are The Norwegian research council’s long-term initiative in innovative and strategically important areas.
The DigiFoods centre is led by Nofima, and develops smart sensor solutions for food quality assessment directly in the processing lines, throughout the food value chains.