NoiseImage is our powerful, yet user-friendly software program for handling any and all acoustic measurements. The software is built upon a foundation of over 20 years of user experience and feedback, as well as an R&D staff of more than 25 specialists. NoiseImage is also constantly being upgraded with new algorithms, features, and software modules.
At its core, NoiseImage is a modular software system. Every module brings its own graphical interface and tools, specifically designed to assist in each analysis task. Depending on each user’s needs, the appropriate modules within NoiseImage are included to give the relevant analysis tools they need, while not wasting expense for features that are outside their discipline. Each of our customers therefore has their own unique software package, fully customized for their needs.
Easily our most full-featured software module, Advanced Algorithms contains all of the calculation methods that have been incorporated from state of the art research. With the HDR method, CLEAN-SC, and Power Beamforming to name just a few, the Advanced Algorithms package transforms the Acoustic Camera into an analysis tool that tests the limits of impossibility.
In the world of rotating machinery, frequency is not the only domain that matters. Incorporate an RPM signal to unlock acoustic analysis in the order domain. Whether in an Order Spectrum or an Ordergram, you can finally find where that problematic 24th order is making noise.
Do you need to perform a lot of acoustic analysis at once? Set your analysis parameters ahead of time in order to do a batch analysis, and come back to find your exported results waiting for you. You can also schedule measurements to be performed in the future, so that you can focus on other work and rest easy.
Look no further for the state-of-the-art in aeroacoustics. When coupled with one of our specialty Wind Tunnel arrays, the Wind Tunnel software cuts through the tough variables. Shear layer effects? Widening angle corrections? NoiseImage can handle it and show razor-sharp analysis.