ArtemiS SUITE Modules

ArtemiS SUITE is a modular software platform. This enables a software suite tailored to... 

ArtemiS SUITE is a modular software platform. This enables a software suite tailored to the customer’s requirements. The following modules are available:

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ArtemiS SUITE is a modular software platform. This enables a software suite tailored to the customer’s requirements. The following modules are available:



ASM 00: Basic Framework

The cornerstone of ArtemiS SUITE (Code 5000)

The Basic Framework Module connects the various modules of the software platform to a consistent unit. The framework features a clear user interface that can be used to operate all important workflows. Some core functions, such as User Documentation, Sensor Library and the Player, come with the Basic Framework as standard. Bidirectional conversion of recordings into the following formats is also supported: WAV, ASCII, ATFX, MP3.

ASM 01: Basic Analysis Module

Basic analysis and filter operations (Code 5001)

The Basic Analysis Module provides standard analysis functions, filters, statistical operations, and display options for visualizing vibroacoustic phenomena in your recordings. The range of product validation and benchmarking functions also includes statistical operations and checking against tolerant curves. The different measurement and analysis tasks can be either processed interactively or automated.

The Mark Editor can be used to select and analyze specific sections of a recording. The Mark Analyzer combines audio and analysis.

ASM 02: Basic Report Module

Creating individual reports (Code 5002)

With Basic Report, analysis results, audio content, text, images, documentation, etc. are compiled in Reports to suit custom requirements, and exported directly to PPTX or PDF files. The possibilities are endless, ranging from simple, one-page reports to automate and standardized multi-page presentations that are consistent with your corporate design.

ASM 03: Database Module

Searching made easy with the Database Module (Code 5003)

The Database Module enables quick and easy searching for recordings and analysis results. The module offers a scan function that will conduct regular searches of selected directories (local or network) and prepare the metadata for quick searches in the form of an index.

Signal Acquisition and Processing

ASM 04: Data Acquisition Module

Acquiring data with ArtemiS SUITE (Code 5004)

The Recorder fully integrated in ArtemiS SUITE can be used to record sound, vibrations, bus data, and other variables. These can then be analyzed seamlessly. The recorder suits all HEAD acoustics measurement systems and is easy to use. With RC X.1 USB remote control, recordings can be started and stopped even if the monitor is not in your line of sight.

ASM 18: Online Analysis Module

Impact Measurement and Sound Intensity Measurement (Code 5018)

Impact Measurement is a means of analyzing the dynamic properties of components. The roving hammer and roving accelerometer methods are available. Sound Intensity Measurement is useful for determining sound power, for example. There are three methods available: Troubleshooting, measuring at discrete points, and measurement by scanning.

ASM 28: Data Acquisition Support for DATaRec 4 Module

(Code 5028)

Data Acquisition Support for DATaRec 4 Module is required to make recordings with the DATaRec 4 measurement system in ArtemiS SUITE.

ASM 20: Signal Editor Module

Preparing measurement data (Code 5020)

There are three tools available for preparing measurement data. You can use the Channel Sort Tool to rearrange channels or remove them from recordings. With the Concatenate Tool, two or more identically structured files can be linked together. Multiple measurements – for example, recordings of the same event made with different front ends – can be synchronized and saved as a single new file with the Merge Tool.

ASM 21: Signal Generator Module

Generating and processing artificial signals (Code 5021)

The Signal Generator Project is used to generate both simple and complex signals with configurable frequencies and reference quantities on a computer. There are numerous predefined, parameterizable functions as well as editable mathematical formulas available for synthetic signals.

ASM 23: Advanced Import & Export Module

(Code 5023)

In addition to the import and export options included in the Basic Framework (WAV, ASCII, ATFX, MP3), the Advanced Import & Export Module offers the following formats: MatLAB®, ME’ScopeVESTM, Ogg Vorbis, RPC, SDF, and UFF.

ASM 24: Data Preparation Module

(Code 5024)

The Data Preparation Module comprises various tools for preparing measurement data. The RPM Generator creates RPM signals from order curves visually selected in a diagram. The Decoder Project extracts analog signals from encoded channels such as CAN FD, CAN, OBD-II (including WWH-OBD), FlexRay, and GPS or pulse data. Very distinct pulse patterns, e.g., those with irregular gaps, can be remodeled and detected in the process.

ASM 27: Calculation Module

(Code 5027)

The Calculation Module includes the Metric Project, the Calculation Project (for channel calculation) and an add-in interface.

The Metric Project helps experienced users to model sound metrics consisting of a concatenation of multiple weighted single-value ratings.

With the Calculation Project, post-processing can be carried out simultaneously for one channel or multiple channels with customized mathematical operations.


ASM 10: Compact Analysis Module

(Code 5010)

Compact Analysis is a module that allows beginners and occasional users to quickly and easily investigate sound and vibration. The focus is on the highly simplified operating concept with predefined settings for 12 standard analyses. The module focuses on the essential basic functions.


ASM 12: Psychoacoustics Module

Psychoacoustic analyses (Code 5012)

The Psychoacoustics Module provides a range of psychoacoustic variables for instrumental, analytical description of perceived sound quality. Analyzing Loudness vs. Time (DIN 45631/A1, ISO 532-1, ANSI S3.4-2007) and Sharpness vs. Time (DIN 45692) in particular make it possible to assess sound with respect to the characteristics of human hearing.

ASM 13: Signature Analysis Module

Order spectra and reference quantities (Code 5013)

The Signature Analysis Module offers the option to conduct analyses on the basis of different reference quantities as well. You can use a range of methods to calculate order spectra, with either variable DFT length, RPM-synchronous resampling or time domain averaging.

ASM 14: Octave Analysis Module

Recursive filters for third Octave and Octave analysis (Code 5014)

Using recursive filters means that the time structures of the audio signals are maintained more effectively than with FFT-based calculations. This makes it easier to identify temporal structures in a signal. Recursive filters can be used for the following types of analysis: 1/n Octave Spectrum Filter, 1/n Octave Spectrum Filter (peak hold), and 1/n Octave Spectrum Filter vs. Time.

ASM 15: System Analysis Module

Dynamic system properties (Code 5015)

Analyzing signal paths is a good way of gathering findings about the dynamic system properties of various objects. The System Analysis Module includes transfer function, impulse response, coherence (partial and multiple coherence for MIMO structural analysis), and correlation analysis.

ASM 16: Advanced Psychoacoustics Module

(Code 5016)

This module offers special types of analyses based on the hearing model according to Sottek: Roughness, tonality, loudness, relative approach and high-resolution spectral analysis (HSA).

ASM 17: Advanced Analysis Module

Tonal signals, transient signal components, and modulation spectra (Code 5017)

The Advanced Analysis Module provides sophisticated processes for analyzing modulation spectra, tonal signal components, transient signals, etc.

Automation and Standardized Testing

ASM 05 and ASM 06: Automation Function

Automation Projects with no user interaction (Code 5005 and 5006)

It is possible to automate frequently recurring acoustic operations. The default features of ASM 05 include several basic analyses such as Level vs. Time, FFT (averaged), FFT vs. Time and 1/n Octave Spectrum (FFT), as well as a programming interface.

ASM 06 complements ASM 05 to provide the full range of analyses and filters from ASM 01.

ASM 22: Standardized Testing Module

Automated processing and standardized test series (Code 5022)

To detect all acoustic properties of a product, it is often necessary to measure the test object in many operating states and to conduct a range of analyses. This module makes it possible to define such a test procedure as a whole and then carry it out efficiently. This helps with managed recording of all necessary operating states in the Recorder Module.

Structural Dynamics

ASM 40: Operating Deflection Shape Analysis Module

(Code 5040)

The Operating Deflection Shape Analysis Module allows users to combine vibration measurement results with 3D and CAD object data in order to conduct a detailed structural analysis of dynamic behavior.

ASM 41: Shape Comparison Module

(Code 5041)

Extension module for analyzing and comparing deflection shapes. The Shape Comparison Project can be used for analyzing and comparing deflection shapes. With this tool, users are able to compare simulations with real measurements and to evaluate component modifications.

ASM 42: Modal Analysis Module

(Code 5042)

Examine interesting frequency ranges of deflection shapes with the modal analysis project. Observe impact measurement projects and animate the recorded transfer functions between excitation and reaction directly.

Acoustic Evaluation

ASM 11: Advanced Playback Module

Advanced playback functions and interactive online filters (Code 5011)

This module allows time signals to be filtered easily and interactively in the Player or the Mark Analyzer. The filters are displayed as cursors over the diagrams, and you can use your mouse to position them over the relevant locations. You can also create filter banks comprising any number of separately configurable serial or parallel filters.

ASM 19: Advanced Filters Module

Sound Engineering Project and Real-time Filtering (Code 5019)

The Sound Engineering Project allows interference to be identified quickly and easily, specific sound components and orders to be removed, and target sounds to be created. The Real-time Filtering is useful for interactively modifying airborne and structure-borne sound signals.

ASM 50–59: SQala

(Code 5050, 5051, 5058, 5059)

SQala is a modular software in ArtemiS SUITE that enables jury tests to be set up and performed quickly and easily.

Relevant Products

Sound & Vibration
Sound & Vibration
ArtemiS SUITE Extensions
Jury Testing
Sound & Vibration
Compact Analysis
Sound & Vibration
HEAD Companion