November 7, 2007 — /PRWEB/ — OSLO, NORWAY — On October 15th, CAMO hosted the second of a total of seven seminars on spectroscopy and sensory around Europe. This free seminar series featuring solutions for both spectroscopy and sensory applications is organized in cooperation with various instrument partners, including Perten Instruments, Carl Zeiss, and Thermo.
More than 25 people attended the free seminar in Copenhagen, listening to the latest in both spectroscopy and sensory. The spectroscopy session covered several aspects of the workflow associated with handling spectral data and included a presentation of the MyInstrument add-on, which is one of the new features in The Unscrambler(R) 9.7. The MyInstrument add-on for The Unscrambler(R) provides users with the ability to directly acquire spectra from their spectrometers into The Unscrambler(R) software.
During the seminar, Stefan Lundgren from Perten Instruments gave a presentation of application examples where the company’s NIR instrument, Diode Array 7200 with an integrated OLUP, was used. Lundgren also arranged an analysis of items collected from the lunch buffet.
“It was great to see the level of attendance at the seminars in Oslo and Copenhagen and, of course, the interest in Perten’s instrument solutions. Given our increased cooperation with CAMO, e.g., the OLUP now being a standard feature of our Diode Array NIR instruments, we’ve come to appreciate the many features of The Unscrambler and the high quality support provided by CAMO,” says Stefan Lundgren, area sales manager for Perten in the Nordic region.
The seminar was held on the same day CAMO Software announced the launch of its new software, Quali-Sense 1.0. This software evaluates the performance of expert sensory panels using a set of statistical tests, and it helps detect the personal strengths and weaknesses of each assessor in a sensory panel.
“We are excited to announce this first release of our sensory solution along with a series of training programs across the world,” said Dr. Ingrid M