Digital olfaction analytics toolset for optimizing odor, taste

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By Rich Pell

Digital olfaction specialist Aryballe has announced the launch of its Advanced Analytics toolset, which is designed to enable remote access and support for olfactory data. Available exclusively in the cloud, Advanced Analytics is the first product in the global Aryballe SaaS platform, and is designed to support and provide remote access to data acquired using Aryballe NeOse Advance and Amplifier.

Digital olfaction is catching the attention of manufacturers across an abundance of industries – from automotive to perfume and fragrance to consumer-packaged goods, and is increasingly becoming a tool for companies to ensure quality and consistency of their products and differentiate themselves from the competition. Through the use of tools such as the NeOse Advance with Advanced Analytics, says the company, users will gain improved sensor data analysis, which allows them to go beyond standard intensity and discrimination metrics.

They will have access to higher-level metrics, such as chemical composition estimation via advanced machine learning, and advanced dataset filtering and outlier detection. Analyte zone selector is also available for customizing the window of sensor responses to analyze, which gives users more flexibility for complex samples.

“It’s clearer than ever before that when it comes to optimizing odor and taste within the food industry, data analytics is power,” says Florian Viton, Vice President, R&D Management Executive at CJ CheilJedang. “Aryballe’s advanced analytics capabilities enable us to analyze digital odor data better, helping us enhance our digital transformation efforts and provide our consumers with the highest quality products.”

Engineered to assist in chemical and olfactory analysis laboratories and product development, the company’s Advanced Analytics solution provides users with a robust digital olfaction technology evaluation. It can be applied to three core scenarios:

  • Improved assessment of measured samples for database building
  • Enhanced flexibility for discriminating product samples
  • Advanced metrics around limit of detection for intensity-based decision making

Sam Guilaumé, Aryballe CEO adds, “At Aryballe we are helping companies realize the power of the senses and introducing them to digital olfaction as a way to improve their manufacturing and quality control processes. The introduction of Advanced Analytics will empower users to more quickly and better understand the data available to them and therefore apply it to important business decisions.”

Advanced Analytics is available this summer



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