Fujitsu and Phytocontrol team up for new service to contribute to global food safety

Collaborate on offering food contaminant analysis service via Fujitsu Computing as a Service

Japanese firm Fujitsu has announced the start of a strategic collaboration with Phytocontrol Group, a French leader in contaminant analysis for environmental and food safety. In August, the two companies signed a memorandum of understanding, and as part of this cooperation Fujitsu and Phytocontrol will develop chromatography  analysis services supported by artificial intelligence (AI).

These services aim to contribute to ensuring food safety by speeding up and improving the accuracy of contaminant analysis in the food industry and to contribute to the digital transformation (DX) of various analytical business processes by expanding services based on this analysis technology to other industries including healthcare and cosmetics on a global level.

Together, Fujitsu and Phytocontrol will offer end to end AI chromatography analysis technology via Fujitsu Computing as a Service (CaaS) – Fujitsu’s service portfolio that makes advanced computing technologies available to users via the cloud – to provide chromatography analysis services to food companies, distributors, and regulators over the world. Fujitsu and Phytocontrol aim to start provision of the new service during fiscal 2023.

This collaboration with Phytocontrol is an element in Fujitsu’s ongoing commitment to providing optimal IT environments and solutions that meet the diverse needs of customers under Fujitsu Uvance, its global business brand to realise a sustainable world.

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