Funding for this research was provided by:
Kementerian Riset Teknologi Dan Pendidikan Tinggi Republik Indonesia (10/FI/P-KCOVID-19.2B3/X/2020, 10/FI/P-KCOVID-19.2B3/X/2020, 10/FI/P-KCOVID-19.2B3/X/2020, 10/FI/P-KCOVID-19.2B3/X/2020)
Received: 27 November 2021
Accepted: 22 July 2022
First Online: 16 August 2022
: Results presented in this paper (i.e., method and components of GeNose C19) have been partially patented in Indonesia. K.T. declares no competing financial interest but the following competing non-financial interest in terms of a patent that has been assigned to Universitas Gadjah Mada that is relevant to the subject of this manuscript. The patent application of GeNose C19 technology with a number of IDP000074761 entitled “Unit Hidung Elektronik yang Dilengkapi Dehumidifier untuk Meningkatkan Unjuk Kerja terhadap Sampel Cairan” has been submitted on 29 November 2017 and subsequently granted on 1 February 2021. The claims include a stable sampling and purging system using micropump, sensor array arrangement, control and data acquisition system, and data analysis system. H.S.W., S.N.H., and T.J. declare no competing financial interest. However, H.S.W. is Founder and S.N.H. and T.J. are Directors at PT Nanosense Instrument Indonesia, which is a tech startup involved in the industry consortium of GeNose C19 contributing to the development of artificial intelligence for the electronic nose (GeNose C19). D.K.N., A.K., M.S.H., Y.M., and A.M.S. declare no competing financial or non-financial interests.