Stanford has selected Sorama to join in on an extensive research campaign focussed on understanding the dynamics of flight. Stanford Professor David Lentink has invited Sorama to his Lentinklab in Palo Alto last month to perform multiple days of testing with two Sorama CAM1Ks and two CAM64s. The high amount of channels combined (2176 MEMS microphones) and the extreme high-precision 3D transient Near-field Acoustic Holography Sorama provides were key to the research of Lentink and his PhD students.
Sorama is present with a booth on this year's Hannover Messe, the world's leading industrial fair. The exhibition is held from Monday the 25th until Friday the 29th of April in Hannover, Germany. Sorama is demonstrating its latest products that were released earlier this year: The Sorama CAM64 and the CAM1K. Sorama can be found in Hall 2 with Research & Technology in the Holland High Tech House, booth C12. Feel free to visit us and experience live demonstrations of two ground-breaking sound cameras.
In addition to the recently introduced Sorama CAM64 we are now introducing the CAM1K: See more sound & vibrations in less time. The CAM1K is the top-of-the-line product in the Sorama assortment of sound cameras for companies that want to reduce noise and vibrations of their products and improve sound design.
Sorama and the Technical University of Eindhoven are presenting two papers on acoustic imaging and microphone arrays at Euronoise 2015. Euronoise 2015, the 10th European Congress and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering, will be held Maastricht, The Netherlands. The program focusses on environmental noise control and improvement of the living quality of people in their homes, on the streets, during their recreational activities and while at work.