Digitizing the senses of taste and smell for the food industry
An open source B2B software that digitizes your sensory measurements
We started 20 years ago in the World's oldest Sogo Shosha, an ancient Japanese trading company, in the food department, with incredibly skilled people. Landed in the Flanders Language Valley - led by Microsoft at the time and Lernout&Hauspie, a voice recognition company, we were then the sensory arm in the incubator. After FLV's failure to survive the bubble, Ajinomatrix moved to Switzerland and the prestigious EPFL and it's ISR (Robotics Institute) where Nestle unfortunately opposed a Phd thesis. The project then hibernated, still evolving, up to Jerusalem and the NivLab, in front of the Weizmann Institute, but the state did not found the project, so it moved to Berlin, with HTW Berlin and an e-nose researcher who raised quite some interest, to finally come back a year later to Belgium, and get serious attention from the authorities, participating to regional AI development programs such as StartIA. We have now completed the Founder Institute of the Silicon Valley program, and the project is further expanding reach!
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What does Ajinomatrix do exactly?
We are a software only operation. We interface with consumer, tasting judges panels, and sensors such as e-noses or e-mouths, in order to help you interpret your sensory measurements with AI
It all sounds great, but what does this App actually do?
On demand you can access a mock-up of our base application and try it for the family of products you are working on. It's as simple as that! It's a matter of taste! Contact us!
How will you eventually enable digitization as offering the mp3 of olfaction and gustation?
We won't divulge the secret sauce, but, publishing as much as we can about it, it is possible to standardize measurements, and to create a global model that will render files that eventually will become compatible once the whole operation of taste and scent measurement becomes digital
How can I try the application?
There are several ways. We will publish soon open sources algorithms we work on with certain product families. Also, you can contact us to work on a proof of concept for your particular applications.