Craftsmanship at Intier Automotive: Increasing product quality through improved acoustical engineering
Keywords:Anechoic chambers, Automobile parts and equipment, Microphones, Sound recording, Acoustical engineering, Sound quality
AbstractCurrently, craftsmanship is changing the focus of automotive manufacturers. Responding to the need for superior auditory quality, the Atoma Technical Center tests automobile parts in its anechoic chamber. With the new focus on craftsmanship, the information provided by the center allows designers to assess the sound quality of interfacing products.
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