eNoses applied in research on odour impacts caused by restaurants

Lennart Verhoef News

Comon Invent, DCMR and InfoMil cooperate on a study to test the potential and research further development of the eNose technology as an indicative tool for odour impacts caused by restaurants.

It is expected that on the basis of eNose recordings indicative conclusions can be drawn about odour concentrations regardless of the type of restaurant.

Several eNoses are set up around restaurants and continuously monitor the air composition. Rather than a snapshot of the odour situation they provide complete and real-time insights in the rise of odorous emissions.

From earlier pilots carried out in 2013, it could be concluded that eNose registrations showed good correlations to residential complaints about odour impacts.



Lennart VerhoefeNoses applied in research on odour impacts caused by restaurants