Wireless scent

Wednesday, 12 March, 2008

Using the principles of wireless communication, aro.logik claims to take scenting to a new level of automation and customisation. Working with the robust radiofrequency communication capabilities of ZigBee technology, it creates a wireless network of scent diffusers which can be managed via remote access giving complete control over multiple scent zones.

“We live in a wireless world where smart technology equals simplicity in many aspects of our everyday lives. We are simply responding to the needs of the market,” Air Aroma’s senior product developer Steven Slot said.

It uses a software-based interface which provides a central remote access point to activate a scent, vary the intensity or even change the aroma. Hotels, for example, can release a micro-mist of roses in the foyer, eucalyptus in the gym and chocolate in the lounge at any given time of the day. This means every single guest room — from one to in excess of 100 — can be diffusing a unique scent, also controlled from one point, with the option of in-room override if necessary.

For more information, visit Air Aroma.

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