DIRAC completely changes the way you measure and model sound & vibrations. DIRAC allows engineers to couple measured FRFs with simulated FRF – with Virtual Point transformation, making reliable full-vehicle models available earlier in the development process.
DIRAC ensures traceability of results and indicates the quality of the measurement. Overall, DIRAC helps to avoid the final-phase troubleshooting – which can postpone vehicle production – and reduces the number of prototype variants needed – thus saving valuable time and resources.
DIRAC V3 was launched in April 2021. This major release presents features like a faster startup and general performance (even for bigger projects with hundreds of channels and dozens of virtual points), a photo viewer to document your set-up, improvements on PTP synchronization when using multiple MK2 devices, added support for MATLAB (.MAT) import, custom matrix presets and ODS animation. These and more features are now all available with DIRAC V3. For more information, see the related article with release notes here.
DIRAC V2 was launched in January 2020. Since its original launch in February 2019, DIRAC has been used in many challenging engineering projects around the world, by our customers and by the VIBES engineers. This allowed us to improve and innovate DIRAC on many levels. Think of matrix overviews of your FRF data, new virtual point quality indicators, real-time merging of multiple impact hammers and import of ATFX files from any measurement system. These and more features have been put in DIRAC V2.