ScentAir introduces ScentConnect management system

ScentConnect gives customers the ability to easily manage multidevice single-building or multilocation scent-delivery networks. Photo credit: ScentAir

Many businesses around the world, including casinos, spa resorts, hotels, medical offices, retailers, fitness spaces, and more have incorporated scent technology into their business model to provide a unique experience to guests and customers.

A casino resort might want to have a certain level of fragrance to evoke a specific emotion when people are entering the main doors. Just a room over, when entering the gaming room, they might want to ensure the fragrance levels match the surrounding environment of bright flashing lights, dings and the rush of excitement. Down a hall, the intimate restaurant or spa requires a different scent and intensity. All of this can now be controlled from one cloud-based management platform, ScentConnect.

ScentConnect is a connected scent technology platform with a patented target area control design to enable the easy synchronization and control of multiple devices across a location’s scent-targeted areas. This feature eliminates the need for tedious individual device management. It includes features of 24/7 remote monitoring by ScentAir, a proprietary closed-network device-to-cloud design and real-time system control from any internet-connected mobile or desktop device.

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The ScentConnect platform is available for the ScentAir ScentStream HVAC integrated delivery systems. ScentConnect gives customers the ability to easily manage multidevice single-building or multilocation scent-delivery networks.

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