A revolution in NIR calibration delivery is here!
The new online platform, known as AusScan Online, is set to revolutionise feed ingredient near infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS) calibrations, thanks to a licensing agreement between the Cooperative Research Centre for High Integrity Australian Pork (Pork CRC) and Aunir.
According to Pork CRC CEO Dr. Roger Campbell and Aunir Technical Director Chris Piotrowski, AusScan Online users no longer need to load the calibrations onto their NIR machine and are now able to upload spectra files to the new website, and run the calibrations over the internet.
"But the most exciting aspect is AusScan's ability to offer access to its wide range of in vivo energy calibrations for broilers, pigs and ruminants," they said.
"Results will be delivered to the user via the website, where they can review previous results and trend their data. And the good news is that they will only pay for what they need."
Aunir will also maintain and update the calibrations to ensure users enjoy access to the very best information to suit their business and operational needs.
The expected usual proximate analyses will be offered, plus a range of non-starch polysaccharide and amino acid analyses, including total, reactive and standardised ileal digestible lysine. Users of AusScan Online can analyse their wheat, barley, sorghum, triticale, soya and canola samples via the website. A full range of the calibrations and their prices can be found here.
More information can be found on the AusScan Online product page by clicking here.
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