The world s first mobile e-nose designed to determine the freshness and quality of meat, poultry, and fish is being developed by the Lithuanian company ART21, in cooperation with
Whilst similar devices are already on the market, they are for industrial or laboratory application. In contrast, the e-nose under development by the Lithuanians is small and neat, being no bigger than a USB flash drive. The device has a sensor array and data transfer technologies Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
The company s shareholder and board member Augustas Alesiunas says that the e-nose s purpose is to smell certain chemical properties and gases released by meat, poultry, and fish, and by using a number of algorithms to identify: A product's level of freshness (from very fresh to dangerous to consume), Dangerous chemical elements and toxic substances which can cause serious diseases and cancer.
The e-nose will transfer data to a smartphone, where software will analyze and present data in a simple and user-friendly way. Users will also be able to receive the nose s test results using smartphones, and share their experience, opinions, and information on social websites.
Mr Alesi?nas predicts that the e-nose s retail price could be around
According to Mr Alesiunas, this innovative device has the following exceptional features: small size, the use of smartphones for data, and a very attractive price alternative solutions are at least ten times bigger and cost 10 100 times more.
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