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Modeling and Measurement Thursday 15

    The use of simulation and modeling has always
    played a role in electroacoustics when
    designing transducers: from the first analytical
    models, lumped circuit equivalents, to the
    current powerful simulation software tools.
    Within the last years, the combination of
    increased computation power and innovation in
    the simulation tools has made full virtual
    development and testing possible. Modeling is
    used from the first conceptual phase to explore
    new and exotic design to the final high-fidelity
    virtual prototype

    Modeling and Measurement Wednesday 14

      The use of simulation and modeling has always
      played a role in electroacoustics when
      designing transducers: from the first analytical
      models, lumped circuit equivalents, to the
      current powerful simulation software tools.
      Within the last years, the combination of
      increased computation power and innovation in
      the simulation tools has made full virtual
      development and testing possible. Modeling is
      used from the first conceptual phase to explore
      new and exotic design to the final high-fidelity
      virtual prototype

      Product Management Friday 16

        Product Management has advanced to become arguably the most important element of Product Development. Being able to research, develop, and present the product definition before design begins leads to more successful products that come to market in less time. Modeling the different dimensions of a proposed product brings a much higher level of understanding and confidence in making key decisions.

        Automotive Audio Thursday 15

          Thursday 15 – 2:00pm – 3:00pm EDT

          One 50 Minute Session followed by Q&A

          Title: Testing Voice-Controlled & Smartphone Integrated Infotainment Systems 

          Presenter: Steve F. Temme, Listen, Inc – Boston, MA USA

          Automotive Audio Wednesday 14

            Developing high performance audio
            systems for vehicles requires
            integration of numerous complex
            electro-acoustic and electronic
            components. Once the system is
            defined and production begins,
            component and vehicle production variance
            can alter the expected performance. This
            presentation will first review the current vehicle
            audio system development and documentation
            practices. This will include system
            benchmarking, system level target setting,
            component level design, the contributions from
            the vehicle interior on audio quality, and
            system level tuning approach. The second
            part will be proposal for system level
            specifications based on a reference system. A
            procedure is introduced to address validation
            methods and diagnostic procedures by
            analysis of complex system data metrics. A
            process for calibrating production vehicle
            audio systems to match a reference system is
            discussed.

            Product Management Wednesday 14

              Product Management has advanced to become arguably the most important element of Product Development. Being able to research, develop, and present the product definition before design begins leads to more successful products that come to market in less time. Modeling the different dimensions of a proposed product brings a much higher level of understanding and confidence in making key decisions.