Our IP consists of our accumulated know-how, our secret designs of circuits and sensor array components, and our three families of existing patents. These cover the new discrimination algorithm, certain inner workings of our e-nose and a method for predictive alarming when odours are likely to exceed certain levels.
E-Nose Pty Ltd is outright owner of three patent families granted or progressing through national phase examinations in USA, Europe, Canada, Australia, NZ and Hong Kong. These are as follows:
Hibbert, D.B. and Bell, G.A. A method of predicting the source of data sampled from and unknown source. PCT/AU2007/001214. Australian Patent No. 2007291928; US Patent US 8,255,354,B2; New Zealand Patent No. 573390 and Canada Patent No. 2661551; Patents are pending in Europe (including UK) and Hong Kong.
Barnett, D., Bell, G.A., Crowley, B.R., Hibbert, D.B., Levy, D.C., Srivastava, A.K., and Wu, W. (2005). (Patent corresponding to Australian Patent Applic. No. 2004 902131. Authors listed in alphabetical order.) A method of monitoring a predetermined type of molecule conveyed through a gaseous medium. PCT/AU2005/000564. Australian Patent No. 205236500.
Barnett, D., Bell, G.A., Crowley, B.R., Hibbert, D.B., Levy, D.C., Srivastava, A.K., and Wu, W. (2005).(Patent corresponding to Australian Patent Applic. Nos. 2004 902132; 2004 902133; and 2004 902710. Authors listed in alphabetical order.) A detector for detecting molecules conveyed through a gaseous medium. PCT/AU2005/000563. Australian Patent No.205236083; New Zealand Patent No.551202.