Sorama launches a new product at the Hannover Messe 2017: The Sorama Stream Portal. It enables engineers to tackle noise and vibration issues and perform sound design at their own level. Start with a dB-meter and work your way up through spectrum analysis and beam-forming until you master the potential of acoustic holography. This new web-based platform enables parallel live streaming sound level meters, spectrum analyzers, waterfalls, far- and near-field sound imaging for all Sorama CAMs. Also, it is now possible to use all streams and measurements while offline.
Sorama is present again with a booth on this year's Hannover Messe, the world's leading industrial fair. The exhibition is held from Monday the 24th until Friday the 28th of April in Hannover, Germany. Sorama is launching its latest products: The new Sorama Portal and the Sorama Smart City Listener. 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 the CAM64 and CAM1K in the new Sorama Stream Portal.
“No, no, it is not about taxis,” according to Rick Scholte, founder of Sorama B.V. in Eindhoven, “yet a new, revolutionary sound camera: the Sorama CAM64.” It contains 64 microphones, instead of the single-microphone of the traditional sound level meter.
3D city sound localisation with Sorama sound cameras. The first results of the tests in November 2015 at Stratumseind in Eindhoven are published by the City of Eindhoven (see https://www.facebook.com/LivingLabStratumseind/). The goal is to detect anomalies like aggression in an early stage in order for the police and/or the lighting system to act and prevent worse from happening.