It all started when Metod bought his first iPhone. He was fascinated by Apple’s beautiful user experience and also by the fast-growing abundance of different apps that were inviting users to take their smartphones to new levels. Being an experienced programmer he also wanted to partake. He decided that he will learn to program for iOS. What kind of app should he write? With his background in electrical engineering and with his expertise in the field of acoustics he decided that he will create an app that will turn iPhone into a sound level meter. NoiSee, an intuitive professional-grade sound level meter for iPhone and iPod touch, was released in 2012.
Because NoiSee stood out from other sound level meter apps available for iOS (Article link), we were contacted by NIOSH and in cooperation with them NIOSH SLM was created and released in 2017.
Our team grew and we did some research and development for our partner from Slovenia. They brought us in contact with Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM, International Motorcycling Federation). Race Patrol was developed to meet their need for a sound test system that would enable them to perform fast, efficient and fair sound checks before and after races. The first Race Patrol was used in MXGP season 2016. In 2017 it was offered to the public and it also got a little brother – Race Patrol Lite.
And this is just the beginning …