Snack Tomatoes

A compelling case for Electronic Vision Grading Systems

In a time when labour is not only expensive but also in short supply, a business plan or strategy that’s weighted towards staff reduction is more important than ever before. If the yields that your business is producing exceed 100 tonnes, and you’re still using manual methods to grade your fruit, it’s high time you…

September 17, 2021
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7 Reasons Why gpVision™ is Better

It’s been just over 2 years since AirJet Vision™ was brought to market with an overwhelmingly positive response from early adopters. An entirely new, proprietary optical sizing, colour and defect detection system developed entirely in-house by a team of talented software and electrical engineers who have poured literally hundreds of thousands of hours into creating…

July 22, 2021
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How to help solve the impending labour shortage problems

The global pandemic has presented unique challenges for most businesses. And for the agricultural and horticulture sectors, one of the biggest challenges has to be labour shortages. There are countless reports, articles and posts expressing the great pressure being felt in the industry and we absolutely empathise with the situation. In fact, it’s a driving…

July 15, 2021
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Central Queensland grower pilots new MultiView™ camera system for snack tomatoes (via Fresh Plaza)

In March 2021, the GP Graders team travelled to Bundaberg in Central Queensland to pilot its first MultiView™ camera system for cherry and mini Roma tomatoes, collectively nicknamed, ‘snack’ tomatoes. Read On…

June 15, 2021
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MultiView™ Camera System Roll Out

The first MultiView™ Camera system results are in! And they are excellent. Our friends at Gunkell Orchards kindly allowed us to do some real-world testing for the end-on cameras designed to capture the difficult surfaces of cherries. For cherries, we’ve utilised an extra 6 cameras, mounted on angle at the front and rear of the…

May 31, 2021
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How AirJet Vision has Changed the Market Two Years On

When AirJet Vision® launched on the market, it marked a quantum leap for grading technologies. Revolutionising the performance measures of grading has catapulted producers’ productivity levels significantly – an investment that has paid dividends for all stakeholders. For GP Graders, the reward for developing cutting edge vision electronics which focus on speed and accuracy has…

July 22, 2020
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Australian Manufacturing Stays Strong Throughout COVID-19

As stringent border control and other social measures impact daily life around the world, Australia has been fortunate to be able to avoid the brunt of the crisis. This has given Australian manufacturers opportunities to push their products onto the global stage and has highlighted the exceptional reliability and value that our products deliver. Manufacturing…

May 21, 2020
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GP Graders Shipping Worldwide in 2020

With most of Europe in lockdown and unable to fulfil customer orders, Australia is unlikely to face the same restrictions in the manufacturing sector. Australia being a more sparsely populated country with generally healthier people, bears little comparative similarities with Europe or China, where the outbreak of COVID-19 is at its most rampant. In fact,…

March 30, 2020
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The Big Payback

By Matthew Jones  The capabilities of grading equipment have advanced considerably since GP Graders entered the sector in the early 1960s. Can you briefly detail this evolution through the eyes of your company? Stuart Payne: For cherries, we started out manufacturing mechanical grading machinery, which was the industry standard until the early 2000s. We were…

May 12, 2019
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GP Graders’ new AirJet® Vision software

GP Graders’ new AirJet® Vision software is able to separate blueberries into categories which have never before been possible.

April 6, 2019
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