Emydex technology exhibited our software at the Foodex trade show which took place at the NEC Birmingham from 21-24 March 2010.
The Emydex stand was located in the Meatex hall where both James Grennan, Emydex CTO and Peter Kettell, Emydex UK Sales Manager offered demonstrations of the Emydex software platform operating on PCs, Industrial touch-screen terminals, scales, indicators and hand-held wireless scanners. The software suite on demonstration included Kill line and payments, carcass management, packing, warehouse & dispatch and quality management.
Emydex used Foodex 2010 as a platform to launch and showcase three new exciting additional modules to the platform’s software suite that are:
Quality Management System
A complete re-write of our existing QMS, the new QC system includes a workflow application, allowing users to build ad-hoc quality control surveys using a process builder. The workflow application then creates the specific QC surveys for QC inspectors to carry out a myriad of QC surveys throughout meat processing plants using hand-held wireless scanners
Applicable to meat processors with added-value operations, the recipe module will step-by-step, instruct food operators as to the ingredients, weights and cooking instructions required to create finished goods. The system will also verify actual weights measured in real-time to ensure the correct weights have been applied, and allows for full traceability of all constituent parts of the finished product.
Web-based (Thin) Client
In line with Emydex’s company mission that is to be at the fore-front of leading edge technology, Emydex will demonstrate a new web-based thin client built using Microsoft’s new Silverlight development platform for the web. This thin client version of the DMS will give our customers internal and external access to iWMAS via a web browser without the need for software installs which is ideally suited for remote reporting and data transfer.
Visitors to the Emydex stand at Foodex 2010 / Emydex software running on a range of hardware independent devices at the Foodex show.