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Evaluating Flavored Beverages

As the flavored water market continues to grow, there is more competition in both brands and flavors available to consumers. Using digital olfaction can help deliver the right balance of flavor— both in product manufacturing and R&D formulation for new products — and positively impact customer acquisition and loyalty.

Improving Cost of Quality with digital olfaction

Manufacturing operations are focused on minimizing Cost of Quality (COQ) as it can account for significant portion of their controllable costs. Much of the business intelligence and analytic solutions in this area have focused on process optimization and preventative...

Developing Norms and Standards for Digital Olfaction

We’ve seen rise of various digital olfaction devices, which aim to digitize and reproduce smells. Aryballe’s own digital olfaction device combines biochemistry, advanced optics and machine learning to mimic the human sense of smell. But we have a broader vision for our devices

Stay-at-home orders could benefit smart appliance adoption

Digital olfaction can not only increase user adoption of home appliance, but can also reduce food waste and improve food safety. See how cooking automation and food storage monitoring can improve the smart appliance offering.

How is COVID-19 Impacting New Technology Projects

COVID-19 has created an economic situation different from any previous crisis. The collective trauma of this global pandemic on our population has disrupted our economy, and is likely shifting many consumer and market trends going forward. A question remains, what...

How Machine Learning in Digital Olfaction Works

In a recent blog post, we discussed what has to happen before machine learning in digital olfaction takes place. Today, we’ll outline how machine learning, which is what we do at Aryballe, actually works in digital olfaction. Notably, we run models on the data acquired during the learning…

Digital Olfaction for Odor Sensing

Digital olfaction involves both a sensor – acting as the nose or receptor for odor molecules – and associated software which interprets information from the sensor based on a database of previously collected and analyzed odors. Aryballe’s technology provides a more universal approach to capturing…