Development of the MOOSY4 eNose IoT for Sulphur-Based VOC Water Pollution Detection
AbstractIn this paper, we describe a new low-cost and portable electronic nose instrument, the Multisensory Odor Olfactory System MOOSY4. This prototype is based on only four metal oxide semiconductor (MOS) gas sensors suitable for IoT technology. The system architecture consists of four stages: data acquisition, data storage, data processing, and user interfacing. The designed eNose was tested with experiment for detection of volatile components in water pollution, as a dimethyl disulphide or dimethyl diselenide or sulphur. Therefore, the results provide evidence that odor information can be recognized with around 86% efficiency, detecting smells unwanted in the water and improving the quality control in bottled water factories. View Full-Text
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Climent, E.; Pelegri-Sebastia, J.; Sogorb, T.; Talens, J.B.; Chilo, J. Development of the MOOSY4 eNose IoT for Sulphur-Based VOC Water Pollution Detection. Sensors 2017, 17, 1917.
Climent E, Pelegri-Sebastia J, Sogorb T, Talens JB, Chilo J. Development of the MOOSY4 eNose IoT for Sulphur-Based VOC Water Pollution Detection. Sensors. 2017; 17(8):1917.Chicago/Turabian Style
Climent, Enric; Pelegri-Sebastia, Jose; Sogorb, Tomas; Talens, J. B.; Chilo, Jose. 2017. "Development of the MOOSY4 eNose IoT for Sulphur-Based VOC Water Pollution Detection." Sensors 17, no. 8: 1917.
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