Unseen Danger: VOCs

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are air pollutants that are harmful to humans and animals. These invisible gases cause smog, deteriorate living and workplace environments, threaten underground water reservoirs, and can cause devastating illnesses. Some examples of VOCs are benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylene, and formaldehyde.

In an effort to prevent toxic air emissions, the EPA has issued a final rule that requires refineries to monitor and report benzene concentration levels at each of their facilities fencelines. Fines for accidental emissions or non-compliance are prohibitive. The rule is in full effect this year. (Source: EPA)

The problem is that current monitoring technology options either lack real-time reporting or are very expensive and complex to implement and operate.

Omniscent sensor solutions can differentiate between different VOCs

The sensor solution can differentiate between different VOCs in real-time and provide the concentration levels of each VOC. Thus enabling users to take corrective action as needed.

A Unique Solution

Omniscent is a company with the revolutionary goal to democratize emissions sensing through technology. By dramatically reducing the cost of accurate monitoring and enabling real-time data access, Omniscent has transformed the way we monitor our environment.

Highly Selective

Cost Effective

Multi-Point, Time Correlated Measurement

Real-Time Data Collection

Always Connected

Highly Selective

The sensor can differentiate between different VOCs and reports individual gas levels separately. Users can examine concentration levels of each VOC and take corrective action if needed.


Our product is simple to use. Simply purchase a subscription and we will send a certified crew to install the devices. Once that’s done you can login securely from anywhere in the world and monitor your site VOC levels. If the device detects VOC levels that are higher than normal, you can take immediate corrective action.





Air Quality Measurement Methods and Technology Conference, April 2nd - 4th 2019, Durham NC


Omnsicent will be exhibiting at the Air Quality Measurement Methods and Technology Conference in Durham, North Caroline on April 2nd and 3rd. Come visit our booth (#3) and see how our solutions are ushering in a new era of VOC monitoring: autonomous, real-time, cloud – based IoT monitoring and management, fast and easy deployment in a broad set of locations.


Monitor your sensor data in real time. Correct higher than normal emissions before they become costly mistakes

Omniscent Inc.

1445 Koll Circle
Suite 104
San Jose, CA, 95112
Phone: 408-913-6116