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Development of personal Electronic Nose for Smartphones for the Measurement of Odours in the Environment

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   A new miniaturized electronic nose (60x60 mm) connected to a smartphone through Bluetooth connection that was presented in this conference has an electronic design similar to other prototypes, but with a smaller size and consumption. The control of the system is based on a microcontroller PIC18F46K80. It includes four miniaturized MOX sensors and an integrated sensor of ambient temperature and humidity with suitable conditioning circuits.

   Communications with the smartphone are made using a Low Power Bluetooth Transmitter. An Android application has also been developed to connect to the device and to monitor the measurements. Data processing is performed remotely on a server by sending a request to it and subsequently receiving the output value of a classifier based on neural networks or fuzzy logic calculated on the server.

Jesús Lozano1*, Patricia Arroyo1, José Ignacio Suárez1, José Luis Herrero1, José Pedro Santos2, Manuel Aleixandre2

1 Escuela de Ingenierías industriales. Universidad de Extremadura, Av. Elvas s/n, 06006 Badajoz, Spain.
2 GRIDSEN Instituto de Tecnologías Físicas y de la Información (ITEFI-CSIC), Serrano 144, 28006 Madrid, Spain.
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  Competing interests: The author has declared that no competing interests exist.

   Academic editor: Carlos N Díaz.

   Content quality: This paper has been peer reviewed by at least two reviewers. See scientific committee here

   Citation: Jesús Lozano, Patricia Arroyo, José Ignacio Suárez, José Luis Herrero, José Pedro Santos, Manuel Aleixandre, 2017, Development of personal Electronic Nose for smartphones for the measurement of odours in the environment, IV International Conference of Odours and VOCs in the Environment, Valladolid, Spain, www.olores.org.

   Copyright: 2018 Olores.org. Open Content Creative Commons license. It is allowed to download, reuse, reprint, modify, distribute, and/or copy articles in olores.org website, as long as the original authors and source are cited. No permission is required from the authors or the publishers.

   ISBN: 978-84-697-7359-8

   Keyword: Electronic nose, gas sensors, smartphones, urban environments, pollutants, VOCs.

 

Abstract

   We present in this communication a new miniaturized electronic nose (60x60 mm) connected to a smartphone through Bluetooth connection. The device presented here has an electronic design similar to other prototypes, but with a smaller size and consumption. The control of the system is based on a microcontroller PIC18F46K80. It includes four miniaturized MOX sensors and an integrated sensor of ambient temperature and humidity with suitable conditioning circuits.

   Communications with the smartphone are made using a Low Power Bluetooth Transmitter. An Android application has also been developed to connect to the device and to monitor the measurements. Data processing is performed remotely on a server by sending a request to it and subsequently receiving the output value of a classifier based on neural networks or fuzzy logic calculated on the server.

 

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