Anton Bardera at FAIM Cost Action Training School


Anton Bardera, member of the GILAB research group, attended the 2015 Farm Animal Imaging Training School. The event, which focused on non-destructive online technologies to determine quality of meat and meat products was held by IRTA in Monells and Girona on 12 - 14 May.  

Dr Anton Bardera is a senior researcher at the Institute of Informatics and Applications. He is actively involved in VisualPork, a software jointly developed by GILAB and IRTA which enables easy visualisation and analysis of digital images of farm animals. Farm Animal Imaging (FAIM) is a 4-year COST Action which seeks to optimize and standardize imaging methods to improve the determination of body composition and meat quality in farm animals.