Bonaduz GR – Hamilton has presented an application report on the use of its inline sensor technology in the production of cultured meat. Accordingly, these sensors are capable of optimizing bioprocesses and ensuring product quality and safety.
Hamilton ‘s advanced sensor technology can also play a critical role in optimizing farmed meat production. That’s what an application report the company has now highlighted, titled “Maximizing Cultured Meat Productivity with Advanced Inline Sensor Technology – Real-Time Viable Cell Density (VCD) Monitoring.”
The global manufacturer of laboratory automation technology and process sensors, which has one of its headquarters in Bonaduz and two in the USA, is thus emphasizing the role of its high-quality inline sensor technology in the production of cultured meat. According to a Hamilton media release, the projected global demand for meat-based proteins in 2050 is 460 to 570 billion kilograms. “By optimizing farmed meat production methods, conventional meat consumption can be reduced and millions of animal lives can be saved, ultimately contributing to a more sustainable future,” the company said.
In the technological breakthrough of innovative companies such as the Dutch biotech firm Meatable, he said, is at the forefront of sensor technology. Incyte Arc Sensor “a critical tool to achieve optimal cell growth conditions during meat cultivation,” Hamilton’s product manager Yavuz Çelik is quoted as saying. “It not only helps optimize bioprocesses, but also ensures product quality and safety, making it a game changer for the industry.” ce/mm