gfai tech’s acoustic camera was the first commercially viable system using beamforming to visually localise acoustic emissions. Brought to the market in 2001 as a pioneering technique, the acoustic camera has become a metaphor for beamforming systems in general and is used in a variety of industries across the world.
The camera enables users to visualise noise sources, detect and pinpoint problems and in doing so reduce development times. Its lightweight, modular design means the system is quick to set up and easy to use.
The fields of application are as diverse as the world of sound itself and range from measurements in the open field and acoustic labs to use in automation engineering.
- Easily analyse and monitor sound
- Use insights to reduce noise, assist with quality control or for service and maintenance purposes