Head Acoustics Announce New ArtemiS SUITE Release 13.6.
Head acoustics has announced the release of ArtemiS SUITE 13.6. In addition, the company says they have further optimized the software making it more user-friendly, offering efficient product analysis for environmental noise and structural dynamics.
The valuable reporting function of ArtemiS SUITE has become even more powerful: With the Master functionality, the layout of a large number of report pages can be changed with just one click - concisely, conveniently and fast. In addition, the Artemis SUITE 13.6 release now boots up noticeably quicker. Finally, the data acquisition recorder offers new functions for a user-friendly and compelling online monitor display, for example, when analyzing two reference variables as a point map or chart.
Artificial Intelligence provides support for structural dynamics tasks.
Head acoustics says its user-centric approach to developing tools for structural dynamics analyses facilitates professional results without long training periods or years of experience. A particular highlight in ArtemiS SUITE 13.6: In modal analysis, artificial intelligence with neural networks supports selecting analysis parameters. In addition, the multi-reference option in the modal analysis project expands the analysis options for even more accurate results. In structural dynamics tools, HEAD acoustics says it has further improved the user interface: the flexible layout and ease of use of ODS, Shape Comparison, TDA and Modal Analysis set new standards. The TPA project with adapted workflow and visualizations simplifies the transfer path analysis process and the interaction with their NVH simulator PreSense.
Future-proof thanks to extensions for e-mobility analyses
ArtemiS SUITE 13.6 enables order analyses for powertrains whose converters have variable switching frequencies thanks to a variable frequency offset. The necessary information about the varying switching frequencies is easily obtained, for example, from the recorded CAN bus signals. To meet the characteristics of electric motors, ArtemiS SUITE provides cursor and analysis settings tailored to e-mobility and resolver signals are used to calculate the electric motor speed. You can now use the Channel Editor to generate decoded channels directly from a pulse signal or, conversely, pulse channels from a speed signal, for example. With the manual correction, you can revise faulty command variable signals for which automatic error correction is insufficient.
Optimized listening tests with SQala
HEAD acoustics has optimized the SQala jury testing module integrated into ArtemiS SUITE: Enhanced comparison methods, where, for example, several attributes are retrieved in one step, enable more efficient execution of listening tests. In addition, a speedometer that displays speeds or other reference variables synchronously with the sound and which offers various configuration options further intensifies the user experience in the listening test.