It is expected that on the basis of eNose recordings indicative conclusions can be drawn about odour concentrations regardless of the type of restaurant.
During the grand opening of the new Falck Risc Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) training facility at Maasvlakte-Rotterdam on September 19th, Comon Invent and DCMR demonstrated the Comon Invent eNose technology. Several eNoses were installed onsite to monitor the rise and spread of LNG emissions during the opening event. So far eNoses have shown promising results for early detection of LNG emissions.
In the port of Rotterdam, an area where industry and city are fused together, a unique air monitoring system is used to optimize the living and working environment. A network of nearly one hundred electronic noses, planned to be expanded to 300 e-noses by 2016, constantly monitors changes in air composition throughout the port. Tank storage provider Vopak is one of the early adopter of the groundbreaking technology used in the we-nose network. Jos Steeman, Managing Director at Vopak, explains why.
On September 13, 2012 the winner of the Energy Globe Award will be chosen in Vienna. One of the three nominees of this international environmental award is the innovation of the Dutch company Comon Invent: The eNose.
The eNose, short for electronic nose is a small device which continuously sniffs-out the ambient. The eNose is online and its data is remotely accessible. The eNose is applicable to monitor and guarding of applications with the potential of gas emissions that may pose a risk of odour nuisance, environmental damage or hazardous situations.