Compact and efficient, QNX Acoustics for Active Noise Control is designed to integrate seamlessly into a vehicle's infotainment system or audio amplifier, providing automotive system designers the ability to leverage existing infotainment or audio hardware. As a result, it can help automakers realize significant cost savings while achieving better performance than current Active Noise Control (ANC) hardware solutions.
"Be it powering infotainment systems or reducing engine noise within the vehicle, we provide our customers with solutions that enable them to enhance the driving experience and ultimately meet consumer demand," said
Highly flexible, QNX Acoustics for Active Noise Control can support a variety of hardware and software configurations - with or without an operating system. Developers can easily integrate the solution into a vehicle's head unit or audio amplifier, using an application processor or digital signal processor (DSP).
"Innovations that deliver better gas mileage sometimes have noisy side-effects that automakers have increasingly had to deal with by using active noise control technologies. Traditionally, a hardware box has been needed to do this, but
Additional features of QNX Acoustics for Active Noise Control include rapid calibration and tuning, seamless integration with the QNX® automotive hands-free technology, vehicle diagnostic support, and easy configurability for a wide range of microphone and speaker arrangements. In addition, customers have access to a specialized team of QNX acoustics engineers for software support, consulting, calibration, and system tuning.
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