The Fruscan S7 Pro that was installed at Clear Lake Citrus in Griffith was unveiled to fellow growers on July 6, 2022.
More than 22 fresh produce companies from Australia's south attended a presentation and site visit to see Reemoon's Fruscan S7 Pro four-lane grader in action.
People came from as far away as Victoria, South Australia as well as New South Wales to attend.
The Fruscan S7 Pro is a multi-angle six-camera system (3 IR and 3 Colour) for one lane and it takes images from 3 angles (one 90 per cent straight above and the other two from 45 per cent angles).
Reemoon Vice Director, Dennis Clock
Clear Lake Citrus is based on Lake Wyangan, Griffith in the New South Wales Riverina, and it started using the Fruscan S7 Pro this season.
This year has been a bad year for blemishes, which was caused by the bad weather and too much rain. But the Fruscan S7 Pro has helped Clear Lake Citrus detect the damage.
Shane Jensen, from Jensen Industries, was one of the electrical engineers to work on not only Clear Lake's sorting machine but other projects from Reemoon.
Reemoon says it is aiming to be fully licenced in Australia by the end of July, allowing it to have service technicians close by to its existing projects across the country
Visitors taking a look at the new blemish detection software as part of the Fruscan S7 Pro.
The equipment came in multiple shipping containers and accompanied by a technician from Reemoon.
Clear Lake Citrus is a family-run business that was established around 26 years ago.
Clear Lake Citrus has just started with its own fruit, specializing in Navel and Valencia oranges, but packs for 50 other growers who supply them with their fruit, and it supplies not just domestically but is now getting back into the exports.