Dirigent Acoustics LLC was founded in 2007 with the aim to provide expert assistance and optimal solutions to everyone facing challenges related to acoustic comfort, noise protection, sound isolation, or audio system design and implementation. Always working on continuously improving and successfully presenting our achievements on the world stage, our company is also strongly oriented towards research and development, striving to solve societal issues that concern acoustics with novel high-tech solutions.
Over the last 14 years, we have utilized our experience in room acoustics, noise control, and audio system design in more than 200 projects in 18 different countries, collaborating and assisting both public and private entities. Dirigent Acoustics LLC is already a well-known and established name in the domain of our expertise, growing into the leading company for acoustic design, noise reduction, acoustic monitoring and, audio technologies in the region.
Our engineers have a diverse skill set through which they can handle all the challenges through every project stage and phase, from management and design to implementation and oversight. They are adept at using the most advanced acoustic equipment and software tools in their everyday work, in order to successfully manage all the different types of projects our company works on.
Dirigent Acoustics LLC has participated and is still participating in numerous research and innovation projects in Serbia and Europe, with the latest one being their ongoing involvement in the Horizon2020 innovation project. Our employees are actively engaged in research and development in the field of new materials, technologies, software, as well as in applications of nanomaterials and nanotechnology in acoustics. Our work has helped us become an established acoustic research company that has established its presence on the world stage of science and technology through publications in notable international journals and conferences.
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