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Series C | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$7.92M | 3 yrs ago

About Aryballe

Aryballe combines biochemical sensors, advanced optics, and machine learning in a single objective solution to collect, display and analyze odor data. It develops and sells portable, connected, and universal odor sensors that capture odor signatures for display and analysis via software solutions. It was founded in 2014 and is based in Grenoble, France.

Headquarters Location

7 rue des Arts et Metiers

Grenoble, 38000,


+33 438 78 03 99


Aryballe's Product Videos

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Aryballe's Products & Differentiators

    NeOse Advance

    Instrument that captures odor data for analysis in Aryballe software tools.


Research containing Aryballe

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Aryballe in 2 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Mar 1, 2023.

Expert Collections containing Aryballe

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Aryballe is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Food & Beverage .


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Aryballe Patents

Aryballe has filed 18 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • sensors
  • gas sensors
  • olfaction
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Sensors, Ion channels, Gas sensors, Gas technologies, Transducers


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Sensors, Ion channels, Gas sensors, Gas technologies, Transducers



Latest Aryballe News

Consortium to industrialize the European silicon photonics value chain

Jun 14, 2023

A major part of the work of this 3.5 year project will be conducted at X-FAB’s foundry operation in Corbeil-Essonnes, France, with additional activities also undertaken at the numerous other partners’ sites across Europe with Ligentec, SMART Photonics, PHIX Photonics Assembly and Luceda Photonics. Application partners include Nokia, Nvidia, Aryballe, Brolis Sensor Technology and PhotonFirst, as well as research labs CEA-Leti and imec. The project aims to build a comprehensive set of photonics foundry and assembly capabilities. These will include industry-scale silicon photonics manufacturing services with low entry barriers and fast turnaround times for both low-loss SiN and SOI based PICs as well as microtransfer printing and direct bonding technologies for InP, LNO and germanium based active and passive component heterogeneous integration on SiN and SOI based PIC platforms. Scalable packaging and testing solutions in alignment with the (heterogeneous) PIC platform developments is also key to the overall value chain, and all these will be supported by process design kit-based design automation tools for the photonic platforms. As a part of the project, six demonstrators are being built to validate the implemented photonics value chains. These include applications such as datacom and optical switches, coherent optical transceiver, IR spectrometer for sensing, digital olfaction sensor for consumer healthcare and a health monitoring demonstrator. Target applications are  data communication, telecoms, biomedical sensors/detectors, quantum computing and vehicle LiDAR. “Seeing huge potential emerging there, traditional semiconductor vendors, OEMs and start-ups are all now exploring photonic-enabled applications,” said Rudi De Winter, CEO of X-FAB. “Consequently, this is the right time for companies to work together on building an extensive Europe-centric silicon photonics ecosystem that will help drive the continent’s competitiveness in this exciting new market.” The project is being supported by the Key Digital Technologies Joint Undertaking (KDT JU), with funding from EU and member states.

Aryballe Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Aryballe founded?

    Aryballe was founded in 2014.

  • Where is Aryballe's headquarters?

    Aryballe's headquarters is located at 7 rue des Arts et Metiers, Grenoble.

  • What is Aryballe's latest funding round?

    Aryballe's latest funding round is Series C.

  • How much did Aryballe raise?

    Aryballe raised a total of $18.37M.

  • Who are the investors of Aryballe?

    Investors of Aryballe include Innovacom, Asahi Kasei Ventures, Cemag Invest, Samsung Ventures, SEB Alliance and 8 more.

  • Who are Aryballe's competitors?

    Competitors of Aryballe include Osmo, Aromyx, Noze, Aroma Bit, Moodify and 7 more.

  • What products does Aryballe offer?

    Aryballe's products include NeOse Advance and 3 more.

  • Who are Aryballe's customers?

    Customers of Aryballe include IFF and Antique Candle.


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