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An Insight in to the Automation of the Dairy Industry: A Review

DOI: 10.18805/ajdfr.DR-1856    | Article Id: DR-1856 | Page : 125-131
Citation :- An Insight in to the Automation of the Dairy Industry: A Review.Asian Journal of Dairy and Food Research.2022.(41):125-131
R. Heema, S. Sivaranjani, K.S. Gnanalakshmi heemaravidrapandian@gmail.com
Address : Department of Food Safety and Quality Assurance, College of Food and Dairy Technology, Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Science University, Chennai-600 052, Tamil Nadu, India.
Submitted Date : 16-12-2021
Accepted Date : 17-02-2022

Abstract

The dairy industry was gaining enormous technical advances to meet out the targeted production quantity by converting the raw material into finished goods. Automation techniques have been implemented to ensure intense quality and safety for the desired food product. By entering this, automation technology for processing has gained great potential for improved safety, quality and profitability by optimizing process parameters and control. Automation technique involves multidisciplinary technologies such as robotics, Artificial Intelligence and several other mechanical, electrical, electronic devices and computers usually in combination. Among the various applications of automation in the dairy industry, Automatic milking systems or milking robots are very no table. It is also the most successful and significant in the current scenario of Livestock management and maintenance. However, there is a broad range of applications for automation in the dairy industry for continuous operation without any deviations and adjustments with desired consistency and shape according to the nature of the product, which cannot be done manually.

Keywords

Artificial intelligence Automation Dairy processing Robotics

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