Dynamic shelf life for minimized food waste
Resource utilization in the food supply chains today is far from optimal and has great potential for improvement when it comes to food waste, inefficiencies and sustainability. The DynahMat project set out to develop and provide roadmaps and implementation strategies for an open system solution that enables the integration and interconnection of different sensor solutions, quality prediction, communication solutions, databases, business systems and user applications. With specific focus on the static date labeling system the project has explored ways to minimize food waste, supply chain inefficiencies and how to contribute to a more sustainable industry. DynahMat has developed an open system solution concept that enables the integration and interconnection of different sensor solutions, quality prediction, communication solutions, databases, business systems and applications.
|Effective start/end date||2013/10/01 → 2016/10/31|
- Lund University (lead)
- Malmö University
- Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE)
- Fredrik Nilsson - Department of Design Sciences (PI)
- Båth, Klara - SIK - The Swedish Institute for Food and Biotechnology (Researcher)
- Davidsson, Paul - Malmö University (Researcher)
- Jenny Schelin - Applied Microbiology (Researcher)
- Johan Nilsson - Department of Biomedical Engineering (Researcher)
- Malin Göransson - Packaging Logistics (Research student)
Related research output
Dynamically predicted shelf-life service: Exploring and evaluating a potential sustainable food supply chain innovationMalin Göransson, 2019 Nov 19, Lund: Department of Design Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Lund University. 104 p.
Research output: Thesis › Doctoral Thesis (compilation)