Have you ever been waiting anxiously in an airport, trying to listen to the flight announcements, and then not understanding a word of what has been said?
This phenomenon is due to poor speech intelligibility and a bad acoustic environment. Intelligibility comes from good acoustics in a room, and from a polished sound system. A good intelligibility is achieved through simulations and the implementation of acoustic solutions defined by acoustic consultants, matching the architectural design.
DELHOM ACOUSTIQUE is currently sharing its experience with the extension and mezzanine of the Roland-Garros airport on the island of Réunion. Hopefully, you will be able to hear your flight information next time you go there.