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Meet e-nose that identifies and remembers mixtures of odors

27 Sep '21
Scientists at the Higher School of Economics (HSE) in Moscow have developed and patented a device that can identify smells. With neural network technology at its core, the device is also said to be able to remember new odors and to identify both quantitative and qualitative compositions of gas mixtures.

The product that came from HSEs Space Research Lab for Technology, Systems and Processes is reported to show high accuracy in identifying substances. The way the device operates can be likened to the function of the real living nose that can remember new odors and easily pinpoint them as soon as they feel them again.

The new device is said to catch an odor and, if it does not know it yet, artificial intelligence sets to work to look in its database for an odor that is as near as possible to that new one found, and also save this new odor in the database.

Using the e-nose could help a lot during environmental monitoring or in the aftermath of some man-induced disasters. Other applications may include safeguarding people and projects against terrorists.
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