2014
Conference article  Open Access

Wize sniffer. A new portable device designed for selective olfaction

D'Acunto M., Benassi A., Chiellini F., Germanese D., Ishak R., Magrini M., Pagliei E., Paradisi P., Righi M., Salvetti O.

Chemical sensors  Statistical Data Processing  Breath Analysis  Portable device 

Digital semeiotics is one of the newest recent challenges for assessing a number of computational descriptors to atherosclerotic cardiovascular diseases that are leading causes of mortality worldwide. These descriptors can be expressed involving (i) morphometric, biometrics and colorimetric of the face; (ii) spectroscopic analysis of skin and iris, of sub-cutaneous substances and the function of subcutaneous tissues, and (iii) compositional analysis of breath and exhaled. In this paper, we describe the design and functionality of the Wize Sniffer (WS), a new portable device for breath analysis limited to an effective number of substances. Within the SEMEOTICON Project by the WS, we intend a hardware/software tool for both the analysis of volatile organic compounds of breath and a platform for data mining and data integration. The WS should be able to provide useful information about the "breathprint", i.e., the analog of fingerprint for the state of health of an individual.

Source: BIOSTEC 2014 - 7th International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies. Special Session SUPERHEAL 2014, pp. 577–582, Angers, France, 3-6 March 2014

Publisher: SciTePress, Lisbona, PRT



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BibTeX entry
@inproceedings{oai:it.cnr:prodotti:280589,
	title = {Wize sniffer. A new portable device designed for selective olfaction},
	author = {D'Acunto M. and Benassi A. and Chiellini F. and Germanese D. and Ishak R. and Magrini M. and Pagliei E. and Paradisi P. and Righi M. and Salvetti O.},
	publisher = {SciTePress, Lisbona, PRT},
	doi = {10.5220/0004938605770582},
	booktitle = {BIOSTEC 2014 - 7th International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies. Special Session SUPERHEAL 2014, pp. 577–582, Angers, France, 3-6 March 2014},
	year = {2014}
}