Royston, United Kingdom, September 05, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Taking place on 22nd and 23rd September at Rookery Hall Hotel in Nantwich, the forum gathers automotive engineers, scientists and technologists from all over the world, to debate the best methods for developing cars that are more refined, efficient, reliable and safer than their predecessors.
Brüel & Kjær’s technical specialists will be on hand to discuss aspects of sound and vibration measurement - and demonstrate its measurement and analysis equipment to visitors.
Amongst the products on show will be the Sonoscout Noise Vibration Harshness (NVH) recorder, an intuitive sound and vibration recorder that enables engineers to analyse their measurements on the go, using an iPad®* to handle the data and listen to recordings. This allows engineers to validate the information in real-time, removing the risk of inadequate data and the need for expensive re-testing.
Also on display will be Brüel & Kjær’s Desktop NVH simulator, which enables the user to virtually test drive a vehicle - before it has even been built - through different road scenarios to evaluate, modify and design NVH data.
More information about the International Forum is available on the INTERNECT website.
About Brüel & Kjær
Brüel & Kjær helps solve sound and vibration challenges, and develops advanced technology for measuring and managing sound and vibration.
As a specialist in this domain, the company helps customers ensure component quality, enhance product performance and monitor operational compliance.
Over more than 70 years, many of Brüel & Kjær’s research and development people have become recognized global experts, who aid the scientific community and teach at renowned centres.
The application of experience and technology promotes quality and efficiency at every stage of a product’s life cycle: design, development, manufacture, deployment and operation.
Through mastering sound and vibration, Brüel & Kjær helps to accelerate business growth and improves environmental quality.