- Bose QuietComfort Road Noise Control (RNC) sound management system announced at CES 2019
- The tech is said to reduce noise inside a vehicle by using hardware-based audio sensing devices and the company’s own algorithm
Bose is well known for its audio solutions that also spans into the automotive segment and the company has announced its latest QuietComfort Road Noise Control (RNC) sound management system at the ongoing CES 2019 trade show. The new tech makes use of the company’s advancements in its QuietComfort technology, which is used in Bose headphones, and is aimed at reducing the noise inside a vehicle by analysing and cancelling out the outside noises. The QuietComfort RNC will be available for global vehicle manufacturers and joins the company’s other offerings like the Bose Engine Harmonic Cancellation (EHC) and Bose Engine Harmonic Enhancement (EHE) systems.