If you have teenagers who have exhausted exhausts passing through your house at night, you will be pleased to see the new system that Hornet Industries engineers are working on. The technology called Hornet Advanced Noise Control System, is designed to detect too loud vehicles and easier to punish their owners with a mandate.

Cars can be very noisy, especially cars whose owners went to rural tuning and installed roaring exhalics, bass tubes and overclocked horns that they too often abuse. Of course, car-controllers have systems that measure noise, and if they find that they exceed their standards, they will reward the owner of the car with a mandate of an appropriate amount. Unfortunately, officers can not be anywhere.

Therefore, engineers at Hornet Industries are working on the Hornet Advanced Noise Control System. The purpose of this project is to put in various parts of the city, such as the most crowded intersections, independent units of the Hornet system, which will in real time identify too loud vehicles, such as sports silencers, abusive horn or hurt the ears of outsiders after loud music Exiting through lowered windows. The system will take a picture of car registration plates that exceeds the noise standards, register it for video, and then send the data to the headquarters so that it can be issued a mandate. One operator in the control panel can handle up to eight Hornet units simultaneously.

Each unit has built-in several microphones located at certain distances from each other and a video camera. When an excessive noise is detected, the software calculates the time it takes for each microphone and determines its source. Once his location has been fixed, the camera lens will be pointing at him.

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Although Hornet-like systems already exist, Hornet Industries's work is far more precise and can locate a noise source up to 25 mm.

Interest in testing the system has already been expressed by the New York authorities, so it will probably be the first city in which the Hornet will be installed.