For the firm Ingenieurgruppe Bauen, headquartered in Mannheim, Germany, we have integrated an imc measurement device with the imc FAMOS analysis software into an overall solution to achieve the goal of automated vibration analysis in buildings and structures.read more
For quite some time now, interior noise in cars has been getting quieter. The once dominant sound of the internal-combustion engine is now in the background, and other noise sources have moved to the forefront. Due to their high RPM, alternators contribute up to 40% of this total noise inside the vehicle.For acoustical testing of automobile alternators, imc has developed an acoustical power analysis test stand that automatically tests and evaluates emitted noise pollution.read more
For their research and development, Advantage Power Tools Ltd.* uses a combination of imc measurement systems and software. The measurement system automatically analyzes the vibrations of hand-operated power tools.read more
Along with the power and fuel consumption, the acoustic signature of an automobile is a major issue in R&D. Thus, both innovative mechanical systems, and even moreimportantly, complex electronic components make today’s cars more powerful, safer and cleaner than any other time in history. More quiet internal combustion engines and ever more electronic and electromechanical components contribute to increased riding comfort.read more
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