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Richard Alvi
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re: Siemens develops noise cancellation system for cars
Richard Alvi   7/19/2014 4:11:34 AM
Because of cars, we have two types of pollution mainly. One is environment pollution and another is noise pollution. So, Siemens noise cancelation methods will minimize definitely one that is noise pollution. Such technology as well as methodology is really appreciable. Like this sound calculation method a air pollution cancellation technology must have to developed and havce to use in every vehicle thenonly, we can min imize our environment pollution. Sometimes poor servicing and repair is one issue for more carbon dioxide gas production. To handle this we have to service and repair our vehicle from a good repair center. For my BMW's servicing I genuinely prefer to visit the best BMW service center in Milton, GA because I live in Milton. Environment is ours and we have to be sensitive for this.

Roman Abbot
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re: Siemens develops noise cancellation system for cars
Roman Abbot   6/10/2014 3:14:44 AM
When a person is driving a car he/she must want that the car run smoothly. As mentioned here about the sound that gets out from the air induction system can be reduced by their technology, it is a good one and confratulations to the service center and their team. We need such innovative thinking and products in our market so that we can not have to face any sort of problems. There are many technologies available in our market of which we are not aware of. We people have to stay updated about the latest things available that we can use in our car. We have some advantage of using such technologies and user friendly products like we can sense when our vehicle has some issue by the sensors used in our vehicle and likewise. But, before using any product it is preferable for us to install such technologies from a good repair center like I prefer to visit the best Porsche repair center in Winston-Salem for my Porsche when I notice any issue in my car.

Tsahi B.
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re: Siemens develops noise cancellation system for cars
Tsahi B.   1/31/2008 8:58:27 AM
Siemens are not the only player in this field. Silentium.com already developed partial solution for Active Noise Control. Check Silentium methodology.

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