Confidential Project Newsletter #5
Audio Monitoring Improves Sound in Large Venues
Our customer created an audio monitoring device to manage acoustics in environments like churches, stadiums, and auditoriums. They needed a way for the end user, most likely an audio technician, to access data from the device(s).
Our team created an applet on the device for users to access on a web browser. The applet displays real time audio information, like current sound levels and the maximum audio levels in the last 24 hours.
The solution has many practical applications. For example, in an outdoor stadium the acoustics can change as shadows appear. People move out of the shadows when they get cold causing the audio levels to change. The technician sees the audio changing on the applet and adjusts the loud speaker volume to compensate.
We delivered a successful solution that enabled our customer to take their product to market.