Ortiz Pérez A1, Kallfaß-de Frenes V2, Filbert A3, Kneer J4, Bierer B5, Held P6, Klein P7, Wöllenstein J8,9, Benyoucef D10, Kallfaß S11, Mescheder U12, Palzer S13.
Sensors (Basel). 2016 Dec 29;17(1). pii: E58. doi: 10.3390/s17010058.This manuscript describes the design considerations, implementation, and laboratory validation of an odor sensing module whose purpose is to support people that suffer from incontinence. Because of the requirements expressed by the affected end-users the odor sensing unit is realized as a portable accessory that may be connected to any pre-existing smart device. We have opted for a low-cost, low-power consuming metal oxide based gas detection approach to highlight the viability of developing an inexpensive yet helpful odor recognition technology. Read More