COST Action ‘CA19145: European Network for assuring food integrity using non-destructive spectral sensors’

“CA19145 European network for assuring food integrity using non-destructive spectral sensors” it's the COST Project's name in MAPS Department.

The aim of the project is to develop food-quality smart control systems using spectrometers with no disruption techniques through the information exchange and little research projects made. For those involved, participation in the COST project means receiving information about techniques and spectrometric technology for food production so as to reach new production and managerial perspectives. COST financing is obtained directly from researchers that submit an application of Network action on a specific case. Following submission, approval is given and formalised through a memorandum of understanding signed by the COST National Coordinators of interested countries. Subsequently, the project will begin.