Innovasonic has developed an active technology for cleaning glass using ultrasonic vibrations - PiezoWipeTM. This purification system is applicable to unmanned vehicles and is invisible to the human eye. The advantages are obvious: the absence of the distracting movement of the wipers and the high cleaning efficiency increase the safety level of the self-driving car.
Back in the 18th century, physicist Ernest Chladni conducted similar experiments with the influence of ultrasonic vibrations on sand plates; it becomes a bizarre pattern at zero amplitude. Inspired by this experience, we took Chladni's figures as a style-forming element on the Innovasonic website. Animations visually reflect the technical idea of the project and do not interfere with usability.
You imagine that the cleaning of one skyscraper requires 50 000 dollars a year. Innovasonic
has come up with how to reduce costs at times with help of ultrasound vibration.
Technology can also be used on automotive glasses and gadgets.
As early as the 18th century physicist Ernest Khladni had experiments with the influence
of ultrasonic waves on sandplates, at zero amplitude the sand formed into a bizarre pattern —
we have inspired by this experience and used the Chladni principle as a style-building element
on the Innovasonic website. Animations visually reflect the technical idea of the project, while,
do not interfere with usability.