St. Croix Sensory remains open and committed to the success of your project needs throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the safety of our clients and staff, we have outlined our “Best Practice Recommendations” for the use and care of the Nasal Ranger Field Olfactometer, Odor Sensitivity Test Kit and odor sampling equipment.
Map your odor data on Google Maps or Google Earth from ODOR TRACK’R® secure cloud database. (Odor inspection System U.S. Patent No. 8,321,156 B2).
ODOR TRACK’R® is a member subscription, web-based application providing an electronic repository for all your odor and complaint data.
ODOR TRACK’R® provides a visual display of the pattern of odorous air with respect to a designated site or a specific community…“Visual Odor Story” for all Stakeholders.
Contact St. Croix Sensory for an ODOR TRACK’R® Demo Username and Password to test-drive this valuable addition to your odor management program.
Q: How do I get GPS coordinates?
Record the GPS coordinates at each inspection location using your Garmin or other GPS device or your smart phone (e.g. iPhone) or from Google Earth cross-hairs.
Q: How do I learn to use Odor Track’r?
Read the HELP “How To” instructions and tips on each page of the Odor Track’r web site (e.g. Locations, Inspections, Complaints, and Reports). See these help pages also listed in the “Downloads” tab of this product page.
Q: If I have a problem or question when using Odor Track’r, what do I do?
Contact St. Croix Sensory at 1-800-879-9231 and ask for Odor Track’r Help.
Q: Will Odor Track’r upgrades cost me more than my annual subscription?
All Odor Track’r upgrades are included in your annual subscription.
Q: Does the Excel download of my odor data automatically create presentation graphics?
Only illustrated Google Map and Google Earth graphic images are automatic. Use Excel programs to create the exact charts and graphs you need to tell your odor story to your audience.
Odor Track’r Help Pages and Tutorials
St. Croix Sensory is proud to announce that we are now ISO 9001:2015 Certified!
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