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Chemical Sensing

Aryballe raises $8 million for its digital nose

by Melody M. Bomgardner
July 18, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 28

 

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Aryballe makes handheld digital olafaction sensors that can be used to detect a beverage's flavor.

The French start-up Aryballe has raised about $8 million from the venture arms of Samsung and Groupe SEB, as well as from Asahi Kasei and other investors, to develop its digital olfaction tools. Aryballe says its detectors of volatile organic compounds are powered by biochemical sensors, advanced optics, and machine learning. Smell-mimicking devices can speed beverage formulation analysis, the company claims. The technology also has uses in auto and consumer appliance markets.

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