It shouldn’t be surprising that what smells pleasing to one person has the opposite effect on someone else.
€1.1M Grant from Plan de Relance to Accelerate Aryballe Digital Olfaction Innovation at New Facility
This aid will support the development of a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in the Auvergne Rhône Alpes region…
Not surprisingly, in a year when people didn’t (and still don’t) leave home without hand sanitizer and a mask, hand sanitizer was overwhelmingly voted the 2020 Odor of the Year…
For many us, smells are intrinsically connected to memories. From the scent of freshly mowed grass that reminds us of summertime to the smell of gingerbread that evokes…
While the unprecedented events of 2020 were anything but expected, Aryballe has made consistent progress and seen tremendous growth throughout the year thanks to the steadfast dedication and ingenuity of our team.
Cabin air quality continues to be a core focus in the automotive and mobility space—whether for shared or personal vehicles. In the case of shared car services (i.e. rentals, rideshare or carshare), ensuring a “clean” cabin speaks to the customer experience and ultimately overall brand trust.
As the CEO of Aryballe, it is my pleasure to share that Aryballe has been selected as one of 2020’s “10 Start-Ups to Watch” by Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly news publication of the American Chemical Society.
Digital olfaction is gaining momentum as more industries realize the potential for objective odor data in their business. However, there is still a lack of defined performance characteristics of any sensor or technology aiming at detecting odors.
Odors are complicated and deciding what is “OK” or “Not OK” and what “ideal” is differs across regions and cultures. Although it’s often easy to standardize the evaluation of tactile and visual attributes of a product, odor evaluation remains difficult to standardize.