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Best practice for calibration of NIR instruments with global models

15. May, 2018
By Richard Mills
Guide takes a look at the true value of ready-made calibrations and what it takes to use them.

When implementing Near Infrared (NIR) feed analysis in your feed operations it is essential to have robust and comprehensive calibrations that can accommodate the natural variations in raw materials across seasons and suppliers. 

Because the process of building the these comprehensive calibrations can take many years of development time to acquire the necessary reference data sets,  ready-made calibrations provide a much faster alternative.

The calibration guide looks at the value of ready-made calibrations and what it takes to use them. Topics covered include:

  • Teaming-up with ANN and network support – a typical scenario
  • A case story from the field
  • Reliable validation according to ISO standards
  • Six steps to an effective feed calibration implementation with online technical support

Guide: Best practice for calibration of NIR instruments with global models

Guide: Best practice for calibration of NIR instruments with global models

In this guide we take a closer look at the value of ready-made calibrations and help you to get started with FOSS global ANN calibrations.
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