Monthly Archives: June 2014
The all-new Ford Edge lives up to its name, with cutting-edge noise reduction incorporated into many elements of the vehicle. Among these is the Active Noise Cancellation system, the first time Ford’s technology for this has been introduced to the European market. It consists of three microphones placed in the interior cabin of the vehicle, […]
Automotive Insulations received a mention in the recent debate on the economy and living standards which took place in the House of Commons on 12th June. Conservative MP for Rugby Mark Pawsey explained to the House that his Rugby constituency was proving attractive to businesses drawn by the town’s central location and convenient transport links.
Automotive Insulations has been named as one of a group of 25 ‘Hyper Growth’ companies in a study released in June by GrowthAccelerator, the government-backed business growth advisory service. The study has identified a breed of rapidly expanding SMEs, dubbed ‘Hyper Growth’ businesses and AI is delighted to have been selected as one of these […]
You rarely see a car manufacturer talk about reducing noise, without at least mentioning vibration too – noise, vibration and harshness even has its own acronym, NVH, in press releases and other automotive industry literature. A study in the academic journal Ergonomics helps to show why the two are so closely related, by looking at […]
Automotive noise reduction needs to tackle lots of different challenges – from the noise of the engine and exhaust, to the rolling road noise and the sound of the wind rushing past the vehicle. For the 2014 Toyota Yaris, the manufacturer identified three priorities for noise reduction in the interior cabin. These include: high frequencies […]