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Bangladesh study results

After publication of our study in Bangladesh in Tuberculosis Journal, much attention is given on this new screening method i.e. Bangladesh . At this moment we are setting up efficacy studies in Kenia, South Africa and the Netherlands.

Oct 16 2012

A growing number of health problems can be diagnosed by analyzing a patient’s breath alone.

“Anything you can have a blood test for, there is potentially a breath test for, as long as there is a volatile component,” says Raed A. Dweik, director of the pulmonary vascular program at the Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner Research Institute.

Read more on: bit.ly/breathreveals

Dogs excel in Estrus detection in cattle,but can they compete with the reliability and reproducibility of an electronic nose?

Last week we visited Prof. Dr. Heuwieser at the Clinic of Animal Reproduction of the Freie Universität of Berlin.

Blind test dog sniffing out Estrus on cows

Blind test

He is using our electronic nose device Aerekaprobe (formerly the DiagNose II) in a very interesting project.In this project the performance is compared with human sensory capabilities and even trained dogs.

Apart from the great fun factor of this project, it also reveals surprising insights into the objectiveness of using electronic sensor systems even more than a comparison on accuracy alone.Anticipating the results that are expected to be published this year, we are very enthusiastic about the project approach and have discussed new opportunities in the veterinarian field.

Training phase

Training phase

Aug 9 2012

Last week the ordered Pick & Place machine arrived meaning we can start producing Aerekaprobes and Aeonoses after we have learned how to operate such a thing!

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Jun 15 2012

Today the CE certification for the AerekaProbe has been accomplished. AerekaProbe is the successor of the DiagNose II and will be commercially available in september 2012.

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