• Acoustic Imaging

    In places where sound, including harmful and annoying noise, is a factor, such as machines, devices, products, vehicles, production facilities, and buildings, acoustic imaging technology allows us to “literally” visualize its properties, parameters, and propagation. Surface or spatial maps (depending on the applied technique) representing the distribution of, for example, acoustic pressure levels or sound intensity vectors, can identify dominant sound sources, assess their parameters, or indicate the paths of acoustic energy flow. This enables us to make decisions related to construction or necessary changes in manufacturing technology in a more data-driven manner, ensuring a more comfortable user experience for our products or making our production facilities more worker-friendly. Tell us about your challenges, what you are currently dealing with – we invite you to collaborate.