Technological solutions make production more agile and the consumer experience smarter.
The challenges that the food industry currently faces derive from the most recent requests for production sustainability, product safety and traceability, and the birth of the food delivery generation. In addition to production, the direct experience of the consumer in cafes, restaurants and shops has changed, and trends towards the use of new technologies from ordering and entertainment to payment.
New technologies have become fundamental in the food sector, from processing and packaging to distribution, storage, sales and consumption. Technological solutions make production more agile and the consumer experience smarter, promoting the reduction of time frames and process safety, as well as saving money.
What follows are some of the challenges that TWT customers have successfully faced in the Food sector:
Creation of a digital production chain
A sensor system linked to advanced software with the support of an ultra-fast Internet connection allows the creation of a fast, efficient and competitive production chain in every part of it, from the raw material to sales.
Traceability and transmission of data/processes in real time
Products and activities are monitored and tracked in real time: arrival dates for raw materials, deadlines, temperatures and any other data are always available and under control. The immediate collection and transmission of a huge amount of data coming from different points in the production chain both protects against risks and guarantees quality and safety for the customer.
The food sector needs advanced monitoring, security, management, and recovery of emergency situations to preserve the food supply chain and protect the consumer.