Applications

Be impressed by what Getxent can do

The patented innovation built into our product currently enables a wide range of possibilities, organized into three markets: health, defense, and environment.
The Getxent tube’s design capabilities are infinite.
Discover the possibilities.

Learn about Getxent applications

Learn about Getxent applications

health

Health

Getxent technology offers unique support to enable the detection of diseases safely by dogs. Our material absorbs all the odor molecules characteristic of a disease without the harmful agents. Additionally, it has the advantage of retaining the odor for several months without altering it. Several successful studies have been conducted using Getxent tubes in the Health Care community.

COVID-19 detection

Detection of breast cancer

Detection of infectious diseases

Detection of prostate cancer

environment

Environment

Getxent represents an innovation to train conservation dogs searching for animals and plants (endangered or invasive). It is now possible to impregnate the scent of any animal but also those of the different parts of its body being illegally traded: flesh, skin, scales and fur, horns, and tusks. We are proud to work today with several associations, foundations and research institutes for conservation. 

Bedbugs detection

Detection of invasive mussels

Detection of ivory

Detection of pangolin

Detection of rhino horn

defense

Defense

Capable of absorbing any target odor, the Getxent tube offers a significant advantage in terms of dog training on potentially hazardous substances. Thus, dogs can be trained safely in public settings (airports, train stations, stadiums, etc.). This advantage is why Getxent is excels in technology for training detection dogs. 

Biological Agents Detection

Currency Detection

Fire Accelerator Detection

Human Remain Detection

Suspect Detection

TATP Detection

Health

Getxent technology offers unique support to enable the detection of diseases safely by dogs. Our material absorbs all the odor molecules characteristic of a disease without the harmful agents. Additionally, it has the advantage of retaining the odor for several months without altering it. Several successful studies have been conducted using Getxent tubes in the Health Care community.

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COVID-19 detection Detection of breast cancer Detection of infectious diseases Detection of prostate cancer

Environment

Getxent represents an innovation to train conservation dogs searching for animals and plants (endangered or invasive). It is now possible to impregnate the scent of any animal but also those of the different parts of its body being illegally traded: flesh, skin, scales and fur, horns, and tusks. We are proud to work today with several associations, foundations and research institutes for conservation. 

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Bedbugs Detection Detection of invasive mussels Detection of ivory Detection of pangolin Detection of rhino horn

Defense

Capable of absorbing any target odor, the Getxent tube offers a significant advantage in terms of dog training on potentially hazardous substances. Thus, dogs can be trained safely in public settings (airports, train stations, stadiums, etc.). This advantage is why Getxent is excels in technology for training detection dogs. 

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Biological agents Detection Currency Detection Fire Accelerator Detection Humain Remain Detection Suspect Detection TATP Detection
Health

Health

Getxent technology offers a unique support to enable the detection of diseases safely by dogs. Our material absorbs all the odor molecules characteristic of a disease without the harmful agents. Additionally, it has the advantage of...
Environment
June 3, 2019

Environment

Getxent represents an innovation to train conservation dogs searching for animals and plants (endangered or invasive). It is now possible to impregnate the scent of any animal but also those of the different parts of...
Defense
June 3, 2019

Defense

Capable of absorbing any target odor, the Getxent tube offers a significant advantage in terms of dog training on potentially hazardous substances. Thus, dogs can be trained safely in public settings (airports, train stations,...