Demand for an ever-increasing number of flour types with tighter quality specifications and produced from a greater variety of wheats requires millers to intervene frequently to stay at optimum performance. In response to this demand, Imeco, Malagnino, Italy, developed AmiGo, a high-quality analyzing device capable of moving autonomously on a roll floor to follow a sequence of passages to be tested, as pre-set by the miller. For each passage measured, AmiGo performs a granulation analysis test and transmits the result via radio to the supervisory computer. Based on the results, a miller can decide whether to modify the roll gap. AmiGo has self-learning capability, making it possible to manually adjust the system. The machine can be ordered to execute a cycle of analyses; to store the data obtained from the controlled passages; and to consider such data as reference for future mill runs. Visit Imeco at the A.O.M. trade show, booths 611 and 711, hosted by Cereal Technologies, Inc., the North American representatives for Imeco, Golfetto and Sangati Berga.