Soundproofing is essential for the comfort and wellbeing of passengers, especially as noise is now understood to be harmful to the health. Recticel offers a versatile range of acoustic absorption and insulation solutions that can help reduce sound levels and NVH (Noise, Vibration, and Harshness) problems, including reverberation noise—surely reason enough to have a closer look at foams for vehicle interiors; that’s the subject of this week’s in-depth article.
Other coverage this week includes the interior comfort highlights of the new Mercerdes EQS; dynamic virtual reality for passengers; night vision dashboard design; an open-source automotive software platform; next-generation smart HMls, and much more—think about of the dangers of networking in the new vehicle generations and form your own opinion about Tesla’s AV sensor technology, for example.
And don’t miss the upcoming live DVN-Interior Workshop in Köln on 25-26 April. It is the best place to meet with your colleagues and counterparts; to exhibit and experience the latest innovations, and to talk and listen about the whole constellation of interior topics with the world’s top experts. Stay tuned and connect with us to access the DVN-I workshop member account. If you haven’t yet registered, you’ll want to do so while space remains available. And of course, if you’re not yet a DVN-Interior member, do come join us!
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