- Meet and Greet
- The ARS System Concept
- m+p international Acoustic Control
- Operational Demonstration
- Question & Answer Session
Meet Dale Schick
your US contact for Acoustic Control. Dale has been involved in aerospace Environmental Testing
for over 14 years and is the
Mid-Atlantic Account Manager at
m+p international. He will assist
you in finding your personal demo date.
Contact him by submitting the form above.
The high-performance m+p international Direct Field Acoustic Control System (DF-ACS) will be used to power Acoustic Research Systems NEUTRON, a system that has been designed from the ground up specifically for performing Direct Field Acoustic Testing (DFAN) or testing in reverberation chambers (RFAN). Scalable and quick to set up, the combination of m+p international’s Direct Field Acoustic Control and the ARS NEUTRON System provides a fully incoherent sound field that eliminates standing waves for greater precision and helps protect the test specimen from potentially damaging acoustic artifacts. This proprietary system gives users more control and flexibility to conduct acoustic tests with greater accuracy, increased efficiency, and in less time than ever, without the need of costly simulations.
In-person demonstrations of our direct field acoustic testing capabilities will be hosted at the Acoustic Research Systems facility outside Washington, DC this summer, followed by demonstrations this fall in Europe. If the current US demonstration dates do not suit your agenda, please let us know and we will be happy to offer you a virtual demonstration or schedule you for our European demonstrations in October.
Please contact us at your earliest convenience if you are interested in attending the demonstrations of our next-generation, turn-key acoustic testing solution.
Eastern WV Regional Airport, 170 Aviation Way, Martinsburg, WV 25405
Date and Time
From Monday, July 26, 2021 1:00pm until Friday, August 13, 2021 5:00pm
Dale Schick, Mid-Atlantic Account Manager
For in-depth information about the NEUTRON System visit Acoustic Research Systems homepage at https://www.acousticrs.com