We were very happy to present a case study of one of our clients in the specialist conference about odour management NOSE 2016. This conference took place in Ischia, Italy in November 2016. This event usually gathers some of the best International experts in odour management. This time we focused our presentation on the operational and economical benefits of using PrOlor in a real industrial plant.
The first International Odour Conference (MKO 2016) was organized by the Environmental Odour Consulting in cooperation with two Polish universities- Gdansk University of Technology and Wroclaw University of Technology. This was an initiative taken by some known experts in this field to talk about the odour management and measurement techniques nowadays. This event took place in Gdansk, Poland between April 18 and April 20, 2016.
We are presenting a paper of our tool this year in the III Conference of odours that olores.org is organizing in Bilbao, Spain. This conference will take place in November and it is the biggest of its kind in Spanish Language.
We will be presenting our results and the new android app that we are developing with a faster and better interface integrated in your android phone.
We are very happy to announce that we released the next version 1.2 of PrOlor.
In this case we have been working with the fact that prognostic data should be taken into account not only once but twice a day, this way it is possible to improve the forecasting capabilities with a lesser time span.
We do count on citizen´s complaints to improve our software. Lately, in one of our projects we did realise that sometimes there was a complaint and the software would not record this complaint. There are several factors that may affect to this response, but hey! they are not registering a 1-hour smell but an instant sensation!.
Our paper have been finally accepted and it will be presented in the next Conference NOSE 2014.
This event focuses on recent regulatory approaches for the evaluation of odour exposure, on sampling strategies and equipment, and on the main techniques for odor measurement and odor impact assessment (e.g., chemical analyses, dynamic olfactometry, electronic noses, dispersion modeling, etc.). Moreover, another important topic concerns the possibility of direct odour measurement in the field for direct odour exposure assessment or dispersion modeling validation purposes.
The Prolor Tool was presented for the first time to the scientific community in the very nice city of Venice, Italy the 16th of September 2014.
See the presentation of the tool here.
Amid a great expectation, the Prolor forecasting software was presented. The scientific community was greatly impressed by the idea of predicting the odour impact in the industry.