Systems And Methods For The Detection Of Anatomical Structures And Positions Thereof
Grullon, Sergio Antonio
Stewart, John Mills
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The various embodiments of the present disclosure relate generally to systems and methods for the detection of anatomical structures and anatomical positions. More particularly, the various embodiments of the present disclosure are directed to the detection of musculoskeletal elements, such as bones, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and the like, which could be useful for example in poultry processing for bone screening as well as for guidance of machines for processing. For example, a system for detecting a bone in a carcass comprises: a device for supporting a carcass comprising a base and a frame attached to the base, wherein the frame is configured to contact at least a portion of a cavity of a carcass; and an electromagnetic radiation source, wherein the electromagnetic radiation source is configured to irradiate at least a portion of a cavity of a carcass.
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