Together with Fingrid, c-sense is developing a wireless electric nose to detect and send data wirelessly to the servers.
C-sense has recently delivered the first reliable electrical nose (referred to as Mark III) to the Swedish company Lantmännen. It will be used to detect oxalate, fungal proteins and related volatile components in grains. Many breweries worldwide have had and still have problems with gushing in beer. The brewing industry and malting industry are, of course, very interested in processes and methods to detect, analyse and prevent gushing. C-sense and Lantmännen will continue a close cooperation to address the problem of gushing as well as other grain situations.
C-sense is currently seeking investment for further development of its products. If interested contact email@example.com
Lantmännen is an agricultural cooperative and Northern Europe’s leader in agriculture, machinery, bio energy and food products. Owned by 29,000 Swedish farmers, Lantmännen has 10,500 employees, operations in over 20 countries and revenues of SEK 37 billion.
For more information about Lantmännen http://lantmannen.se/en/Start/