The fragrance industry is undergoing a revolution in the expansion of how and where branded fragrances are being deployed. Driving this expansion are innovations in …
“The idea behind nose blindness is that the olfactory system is designed to detect changes in our environment,” says olfactory scientist and experimental psychologist Pam Dalton, PhD, MPH, who conducts research on nose blindness and scent at the Monell Chemical Senses Lab in Philadelphia. “When a chemical is present for a long period of time—and by long, it could be a minute to five minutes to an hour—the receptors in the nose stop responding to it because it’s no longer providing new information.
LAS VEGAS – January 4, 2022 – Today at CES 2022, Lumileds, a global leader in automotive accessories and lighting, and Inhalio, a global leader in digital scent systems, announced Lumileds’ exclusive rights to manufacture and distribute the NOMAD SD3 smart scent diffuser to automotive customers, rideshare fleets and end-users. “The Inhalio digital scent system is unique in its ability to create a wide variety of personal in-vehicle experiences and emotions as well as a sense of pleasure and well-being,” said Blandine Devlin, senior director global marketing, strategy and partnerships, Lumileds.
LAS VEGAS – January 5, 2022 – Today at CES 2022 from Booth 52911, Inhalio, a global leader in digital scent systems, launched its latest generation of IoT Smart Home Scent Transformation solutions built on its market-proven Digital Scent 3.0 Platform. For Smart Homes, Inhalio announced a multi-cartridge IoT Scent Demo Kit (Lotus SD4) designed to accelerate market penetration by fragrance brands and home scent companies into the new IoT home scent world of health, wellness, and wellbeing. Inhalio also announced that is has signed an exclusive worldwide partnership and manufacturing agreement for the Inhalio NOMAD SD3 smart scent diffuser with Lumileds, a global automotive accessories and lighting manufacturer, for its automotive customers, rideshare fleets and end-users.
Relative to our other senses, our sense of smell wins by far more than a nose! On average, we can hear around 20,000 different frequencies, and we can see and distinguish more than 16 million colors. But when it comes to the nose and our olfactory system, we can smell over 10 billion different scent ingredients! Yes, that’s right, 10 billion! This is one of the reasons why our sense of smell is the most powerful sense that we possess, combined with the fact that we can remember 35% of the things we smell versus 15% of what we see.
“Inhalio V-313485 Air-Sanitizing Scent Formula was tested against Respiratory Coronavirus (surrogate SARS-CoV-2 virus (COVID-19)) and found that it had an effective kill rate of 99.9% after 60 minutes of contact time. The tests were performed using experimental conditions according to the French Government NF EN 14476 Standards,” said Ana Belen Cepeda Hontecillas, Laboratoire Conseil Expertise et Analyse (LABOCEA).