Exeter Engineering debuts our new look

July 4, 2023


EXETER, CA – Exeter Engineering today unveiled our new corporate identity. Our new logo reinforces our commitment to our customers, while recognizing our past and present as a family-owned and operated business. The word mark incorporates our full name — Exeter Engineering — emphasizing our continuing commitment to building solutions for our customers. We also added a stylized potato leaf to let our friends in the fresh produce industry know how much a part of our family we consider each customer. And the logo mark features two dynamic capital Es, harkening back to our first logo in 1978 while incorporating the cutting edge technology we provide today, and the energy we will carry into our future. Both marks include new shades of blue, reflecting the blue of the sky over the Sierra Nevada mountains, always visible east of our facilities.

The new logo is featured on our new website. Please come take a look — we are at www.exeterengineering.com — and find out how we can help your business meet its challenges, now and for years to come.

Exeter Engineering is developing Foreign Debris Detection

June 23, 2022


EXETER, CA – Exeter Engineering is developing an industry first, optical-powered Foreign Debris Detection system for chip-potato packing lines. Combining our proven ID Technology suite of cameras and custom-tuned lighting with AI-powered image recognition, the Foreign Debris Detection system identifies walnuts and golf balls in the product stream…before they cause you or your customers any headaches.

Coming in the Fall of 2023, the Foreign Debris Detection will be available as a stand-alone add-on to existing Exeter Engineering infeed systems or we can engineer a solution to add the system in between parts of existing conveyor systems. Contact us today — at sales@exetereng.com or by phone at (559) 592-3161 — to learn more.

Exeter Engineering helps customers upgrade to the newest version of ID Technology

June 16, 2022


CAMBRIA, WI – Teams from Exeter Engineering are working with customers across North America to upgrade their ID Technology system to version 2.07. One of our teams was recently in Wisconsin to help a customer upgrade their existing AccuVision sorters to the latest version of ID Technology. The customer had not previously used an Exeter Engineering AI-powered sorting system, relying on third-party add-ons in the past. We worked with the customer to develop a custom-engineered upgrade, featuring a new camera box to house the ID Technology 2.0 suite of multi-spectral cameras, custom-tuned LED lighting. We paired this upgrade in optical technology with an improved set of AI-powered controls and control interfaces.

Currently in the testing phase, these upgrades will reduce the customer’s sorting costs significantly, reducing reruns and providing superior, first sort results.