Hovercrafts are known for their fast and environment friendly operation. However, the sound generated by the hovercraft’s propeller is harmful to both marine and terrestrial life, so it is important to eliminate the sound and contribute to environmental sustainability. Our hovercrafts have progressed from the typical loud hovercrafts to quieter hovercrafts. We are still working on further decreasing the sound levels for a better environment to travel. Noise attenuation is the most effective way to solve the latter constraint, which contributes to long-term sustainability of the environment. Sound Pressure Level (SPL) reduction of Mariah 425’s propeller using the Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) technique is being carried out in our R & D laboratory.
We are now inviting patrons for all of our R & D projects.
If you wish to be our patron and support any of the R & D projects, please contact us.