When trying to locate and understand sound sources the Acoustic Camera is the measurement tool of choice. Using acoustic beamforming, the Acoustic Camera becomes a quick, easy, and powerful tool in sound source localization and analysis in a wide variety of applications.
For 3D measurements, the microphone array receives signals from all directions. The beamforming results are mapped on scanned 3D point clouds or 3D CAD models of the measured object. Especially developed for interior measurements, the Sphere Arrays with 48 or 120 microphone channels are suitable for different scenarios.
As hand-held devices, Paddle Arrays are the ultimate low frequency measurement tool. As a double-layer channel system, it was developed for near field measurements and low frequencies using the intensity method. These portable Paddle Arrays allow for real-time acoustical measurements. The measurement of acoustic pressure signals can be conducted while particle velocity/acoustic intensity on the measurement plane is calculated and mapped simultaneously.
The Fibonacci Array represents a new array family allowing near field and far field measurements with the same hardware, using the holography or beamforming method.
The handheld Mikado is a 100% autonomous system for easy and efficient trouble-shooting of sound and vibration problems.
Data acquisition involves sampling signals that measure real-world data and converting this data into digital numeric values. As easy as this may sound, it is a lot harder to create a fully integrated, high-performing, and maximum flexible platform. We are proud to present our solutions from cutting-edge engineering.
We offer variety of programs; including testing services, system rentals, user trainings, hardware maintenance and repair. These services are intended to support and simplify our customer’s tasks, improving their access to quality data and resulting in cost effective timely solutions to their needs.