Real Ear Attenuation at Threshold (REAT) system validated by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
Follow the link below to a report detailing the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) validation of our Real Ear Attenuation at Threshold (REAT) system. Note: Previously our REATPro software was known as REATMaster. The core function hastn’t changed, but REATPro has many extra features that make it even more user friendly. Abstract:
National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health uses Trident software to study smartphone sound level meter applications.
We get asked all the time: “Why can’t I just use a sound level meter on my smartphone?” and the answer to that question can be answered by this study that the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) did using our Trident software. “Abstract: This study reports on the accuracy of smartphone sound
IBM originally posted this YouTube video on the noise emissions of their blade server units, which features our Trident software. This is just one example of several major laboratories that use our acoustic measurement systems and software. The IBM laboratory is accredited to *ISO 17025 for the *ISO 7779 test method used for measurement of
Our automated REAT system was initially developed for the NASA Glenn Research Center using National Instruments data acquisition hardware, GRAS microphones, a custom designed enclosure from ETS-Lindgren, and our Trident and REATPro (then called REATMaster) software. Read the full case study on the National Instruments site.