Stopping Nasty Smells at Rotterdam’s Port

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TweetIn the port of Rotterdam, work takes place to stop the unintentional release of all sorts of substances. Some gases are hazardous or irritating and not all gases are perceptible to human senses. An ‘e-nose’ (electronic nose) can do this and responds to changes in the composition of the air. The Port of Rotterdam has a unique system of e-noses: …

Lennart VerhoefStopping Nasty Smells at Rotterdam’s Port

Spironose sniffs out lung disease

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TweetIn collaboration with Academic Research Centre Amsterdam (AMC), Comon Invent developed an electronic “nose” that can diagnose lung diseases by the ‘smell’ of a patient’s breath. The SpiroNose uses substances in the breath to make a quick diagnosis. The ultimate goal of the SpiroNose is to be able to recognize diseases faster and in an earlier stage. Many lung diseases are …

Lennart VerhoefSpironose sniffs out lung disease

Annual report 2016 eNose network Port of Amsterdam (GeurInzicht)

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TweetSince October 1, 2015, the eNose network is operational in the Port of Amsterdam. The eNose network project (GeurInzicht) is an initiative by the Port of Amsterdam in cooperation with EPA North Sea Canal Area and the Province of North-Holland. These parties work together in this project with private companies active in the port and the Fire Department. The project aims …

Lennart VerhoefAnnual report 2016 eNose network Port of Amsterdam (GeurInzicht)

We-nose network expanded with an additional 100 eNoses

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Tweet Ensuing the We-nose network expansion in 2015, the Port of Rotterdam Authority has increased the number of eNoses by another 100 locations. After commissioning this latest expansion early 2017, the dense We-nose network now comprises a total of 250 eNoses covering the complete Port of Rotterdam and surrounding Rijnmond area. The focus of the most recent expansion is twofold. …

Lennart VerhoefWe-nose network expanded with an additional 100 eNoses

eNose network to address odour situation Freeport Grand Bahamas

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TweetComon Invent has started an eNose project at Freeport Grand Bahamas to address the odour situation in the industrial cluster. Check out this article about the project in the The Freeport News below. Article by: Sharrell Lockhart, News Reporter, Nassau Guardian Minister for Grand Bahama Dr. Michael Darville led Government Heads of Department on a tour of Capital Investment and …

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Monitoring the environment, diagnosing illness and self-learning, is the eNose pushing the boundary to the unlimited?

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Tweet  Smelling something wrong? The eNose tells you what happens The electronic nose is actually based on the principle of bionic simulation of human olfactory system of odor detection. Hundred years ago the famous inventor Bell has proposed the idea of ​​detecting the smell, but until the last century 50 years after the relevant research began to have substantial progress. From …

Lennart VerhoefMonitoring the environment, diagnosing illness and self-learning, is the eNose pushing the boundary to the unlimited?

Vopak Horizon Fujairah Ltd. commissions eNose network

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TweetOn December 4th 2016 Vopak Horizon Fujairah Ltd. commissioned an eNose network on its terminal premises. Twelve electronic noses powered by solar panels are installed on strategic locations on the site. The eNose network will help Vopak Horizon Fujairah Ltd. to continuously monitor the rise and spread of gas emissions that could evaporate from the terminal, but also emissions that …

Lennart VerhoefVopak Horizon Fujairah Ltd. commissions eNose network