CAN BE USED FOR
- Objective classification of VOCs for plastics and fabrics
- Enables quantitative standards for acceptable level of odors
- Assists in control of branded “new car smell” odor
- Enables modification of odor acceptability based on geographic consumer preferences
- Signal early warning signs for component malfunction like electronics degradation or battery aging
- Detect fluid leaks like dripping oil or fuel before catastrophic failure
- Assist in diagnosing system failures
Ensuring a Positive
- Alert central fleet management when ride sharing asset requires service due to odors in the car before a poor customer experience occurs
- Detect driver behavior that violates rental contract (ex. Smoking, pets, etc.)
- Enable enforcement of clean car policies for ridesharing companies with quantifiable cabin odor data
Collaborating with Leaders in Automotive
The Digital Olfaction Automotive Consortium brings together key players across the automotive industry to address industry trends attributed to new mobility services and the evolution of self-driving cars.
Today, we’re taking that one step further and sharing the three top applications of digital olfaction in the automotive industry. User comfort : You’ve most likely gotten into an Uber or Lyft at some point and been confronted by an unpleasant smell…
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