U.S – Novolyze, a leading provider of food safety solutions and quality digitization technology, has unveiled an innovative release featuring predictive data modeling and analytics powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). 

This advancement enhances the company’s Sanitation Complete and Environmental Monitoring Platform (EMP), enabling the automatic generation of trend charts and digital heat maps.

By leveraging historical and real-time data, these visual representations offer comprehensive insights for identifying high-risk areas, outbreak forecasting, and predicting the presence of pathogens like Listeria and Salmonella during specific process times and seasons.

Novolyze’s digitalization efforts aim to reduce paper usage while providing real-time data to maintain food safety and quality, particularly for ready-to-eat (RTE) foods.

RTE foods are highly susceptible to contamination by foodborne pathogens, as they do not require further cooking or processing before consumption.

By utilizing the latest technology, Novolyze supports the food and beverage industry in mitigating risks and ensuring the highest levels of food safety.

Enhanced EMP capabilities 

The latest release of Novolyze’s EMP and Sanitation Complete platform brings increased power and value to the food and beverage industry.

The integration of trend charts and heat maps enriches existing reporting capabilities, empowering manufacturers to identify potential contamination areas in advance and take proactive measures.

“We are committed to providing the latest technology and solutions to help the food industry reduce risk and maintain the highest levels of food safety. 

“With this latest release, our EMP and Sanitation Complete platform is more powerful than ever and delivers greater value to the food and beverage industry. We are excited to continue helping our customers keep their food safe,” said Karim-Franck Khinouche, CEO, Novolyze.

By collecting and analyzing data on environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity, and sanitation practices, the solution develops predictive models that help prevent contamination events and maintain consistent product quality.

The implementation of predictive modeling through real-time and proactive data monitoring enables food and beverage manufacturers to enhance product quality.

Companies can ensure consistent and reliable products that meet consumer expectations by identifying and addressing factors that could affect product quality, such as variations in temperature or humidity.

Novolyze’s EMP solution, driven by predictive analytics and machine learning, addresses food safety and quality control issues to instill trust and confidence in the foods consumers consume.

“Novolyze’s EMP solution is particularly relevant in the current climate, with foodborne illness outbreaks becoming far too common.

“By utilizing the latest technology, including predictive analytics and machine learning, Novolyze’s EMP solution is helping to cut down on food safety and quality control issues, enabling manufacturers to maintain the highest levels of food safety and ensuring that consumers can trust the foods they eat,” said Khinouche.

ISO 27001 certification for information security 

In addition to the advanced technology offerings, Novolyze has attained ISO 27001 certification for its information security management system (ISMS).

This certification assures food and beverage companies that Novolyze handles their data securely and in compliance with international standards. The ISO 27001 certification signifies Novolyze’s commitment to safeguarding information security and building credibility and trust with customers.

This milestone solidifies Novolyze’s position as a trusted partner in providing digital solutions for enhancing food safety, quality performance, and compliance.

“We will continue to invest in maintaining this certification and enhance our information security management practices to further build credibility and trust with our customers,” said Khinouche.

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