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Ford builds quieter vehicles using thermal imaging

Ford engineers are using thermal imaging technology to eliminate annoying noises that come from the interior of vehicles during the design process. In a press release from Ford, it was mentioned that the thermal imaging camera is aimed at a vehicle whose cabin is being pumped full of heated air. In the thermal image, the escaping air appears as hot spots enabling the engineers to know where to deal with air or an area that is prone to water leak.

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Source: technologytell.com

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Engineering supervisor William Dedecker said they are using thermal imaging to improve quietness in order that customer will enjoy audio systems and even the sounds of silence.

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Filed under: News | Posted on July 18th, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi

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