Applications

Among the numerous applications made possible by GreenTropism’s technology, here are some public examples.

Meat defrosting process control

Using a miniature sensor communicating with a smartphone by Bluetooth, we measure food temperature while defrosting: the solution is adapted to the control of the cold chain.

Identification for plastic sorting

We have defined predictive models for the recognition of the main plastics. Using miniaturized sensors, we give operators the possibility to classify them for sorting operations. Our algorithms can also be used on hyperspectral cameras, for image analysis.

Methanization process control

Our solution can measure five parameters in digester inputs in real time and provides a predictive model to control the productivity of the process.

Microplastics on a surface

With our partner Horiba and its analyzer XploRA, our models are able to detect microplastics on a surface. The identification is made in real time. We are also able to identify more than a hundred materials.

Melamine in milk identification

With miniaturized sensors, we are able to identify quickly and efficiently traces of melamine in powdered milk.

Nutritional value identification

In fruits and vegetables, we measure nutritional values with our predictive models: sugars, proteins. Our models are also suitable for the control of the varieties.

Textile identification

Models conceived by GreenTropism allow a reliable and instant textile identification with miniaturized spectrometers. This solution can be used for several application in textile recycling or counterfeit detection.

Textile biological origin

We have conceived predictive models to identify the biological origin of a material. These models can help you check your inputs and optimize your quality control.

Stain on textile identification

We have developed models able to identify spots on textiles and characterize them using UV-VIS-NIR cameras. We can help you improve your cleaning processes and your brand image.

Essential oil adulteration

For cosmetic applications, we have developed models to measure adulteration in essential oil. We can distinguish lemon eucalyptus oil from citronella oil, for example. This process guarantees the quality of the materials used. Tell us about the measure of adulteration you want to control.

Marseille soap adulteration

Made of olive oil, Marseille soap is often threatened by counterfeited products or by lower quality oils. GreenTropism’s technology make it possible to detect and quantify the oils in soap to make sure of its quality.