MicrodB’s offer focuses on the environmental monitoring of localized sound sources, be they quality control on a production line, noisy machinery on a building site, malicious sources such as drones, or shouting. For these applications, we combine our expertise in acoustic imaging and sound recognition.
Each acoustic monitoring application is unique in terms of the type of sound sources to be monitored, the measurement environment in which they operate, and the information to be provided. MicrodB offers a set of technological building blocks that can be custom-assembled to provide the best possible response to each specific need.
The supply of a device begins with a feasibility phase in which a demonstrator is assembled and adapted to validate measurement, detection and identification performances, with the creation of the first learning databases. The integration of the device into the customer’s environment is then studied. This phase defines the final product design and the optimization of manufacturing costs to suit the budget, as well as any interface to an information system or server for data feedback. MicrodB can provide support for the subsequent production, deployment and maintenance phases.