Heavy machinery

Noise limits at the driver’s seat and increasingly glazed cabs present manufacturers with new acoustic challenges. Engine and hydraulic noise, in particular, cannot be controlled with conventional (passive) insulation materials.

Cabin noise cancelling solves this problem by means of active, adaptive noise reduction.

With the help of distributed microphones and acceleration sensors, we are able to reduce unwanted noise in the frequency range from 50 Hz to 500 Hz. This mainly includes engine noise.

As a basis, we offer our know-how within the framework of projects to jointly evaluate whether and how our technology can help to solve the problem. For this purpose, we have developed a model-based approach that makes it possible to predect the potential RNC performance on a simulative level.

If the results of the model-based approach are satisfactory, we offer a PoC / development project to translate theory into practice.

After a successful PoC / development project, we offer our in-house developed software as a licence.

Improves quality of life by reducing exposure to unwanted noise, risk of hearing loss and stress.

Improves the driving experience and comfort.

Improves the audio experience and in-car communication by reducing low-frequency noise.

We work with leading TIER1 and TIER2 from the fields of audio, sensor technology and acoustics. Some of our team members are noise cancelling experts with doctorates. We therefore know exactly which component has to perform what in order to operate ANC.

Want to find out if ANC can be a solution to your problem?