Ford uses thermal imaging to damp car noise

06/30/2013 | TorqueNews.com

Ford is using thermal imaging to detect cabin air leaks in its vehicles to allow for quieter designs. It's the same technology used to detect thermal leaks in homes, although Ford's concern has more to do with acoustics. The imaging cameras "can detect tiny holes and openings we could not otherwise identify," said John Crisi, Ford noise, vibration and harshness engineer.

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