article odourcollect2   Ibercivis is collaborating with the researcher Rosa Arias in the creation of the app Odour Collect. This application for smartphones will make available to the citizens a tool to report nuisance due to odours by filling a simple questionnaire. In this experiment on people's science, the volunteers will become human sensors to build an odour map. No matter where you live.

   At the same time, the users can actively participate by analysing the available data or accesing the historic record of data. Reports of each episode can be visualized and users can share experiences with other users, monitoring the evolution of an odour plume or acting in case of an odour alert.

Kammer 800x518    The company Olfasense has launched a new emission test chamber EK250 that allows characterization of VOCs.

   The quality of indoor air is strongly influenced by volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released from materials and products used in some industries.

   These materials and products are analysed in emission test chambers to determine VOC emission levels into the air, as described in the ISO 16000-9 standard (”Determination of the emission of volatile organic compounds from building products and furnishing – Emission test chamber method“).

split odournet   The shareholders of OdourNet Holding BV decided to split the company group into two independent entities. The split is the result of irreconcilable differences in the visions of shareholders of the future strategic direction to develop the company.

   The current Odournet GmbH (Germany) and Odournet NL (The Netherlands) form one new company group called Olfasense. All other Odournet companies in UK, France, Spain, India, Mexico and Brazil continue as Odournet Group.


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