In industries where explosive atmospheres pose a constant threat, safety and efficiency are paramount. ATEX zones, defined by the presence of explosive atmospheres, require strict
Rodents are often used as a behavioral measure in research because of their social and affective significance. Radboud University in the Netherlands has been studying
Traffic noise is a major source of environmental pollution in Europe, affecting the health and quality of life of millions of people. Noise levels vary across countries, depending on their regulations and standards. There are ways to reduce traffic noise, such as using quieter vehicles, enforcing noise limits with sound sensors and monitoring noise levels with smart devices. People who live in noisy areas can also protect themselves by using a sound camera to find and seal air leaks in their homes.
Millions of Europeans suffer from the effects of traffic noise, which is a serious form of environmental pollution. Different countries have different noise limits and laws, which affect the noise levels in their cities. Traffic noise can be lowered by using vehicles that make less noise, using sound sensors to enforce noise regulations and using smart devices to measure noise levels. People who are exposed to high levels of traffic noise can also use a sound camera to locate and fix air leaks in their homes.
An acoustic camera is used to visualize sound. Imagine you hear a sound, but you don’t know exactly where it is coming from. If you would point an acoustic camera to it, you see circles on the screen that show you where the sound comes from. There are many different reasons why…
Sorama Partners know the challenges when it comes to sound design of product engineers when making prototypes/products. Partners provide more than just an extended reach of our products. They all have obtained a Sorama Partner Certification and they trust our knowledge and way of working.
Is acoustics a high priority in your product design? No? Then this article is meant for you.
This blog is useful for users who are interested in technical details of sound imaging.
With the insights we share, you will have a better understanding of the physical layout and size of a microphone-array.
This will particularly help you in selection of hardware and understanding the results of a recording.