We make noise
make sense

Once you know what the noise tells you, you can adapt your surroundings accordingly.


Our ROADsense sensor networks are designed to revolutionize your road maintenance.


Our extensive knowledge on smart sound capturing helps you to monitor your environment in real time.

R&D solutions

In need of a more tailored solution? We can transform our knowledge into solutions that meet your needs.

Why do you need
to understand noise?

Why do we make noise make sense? Simply put, once you know what the noise means, you can adapt your surroundings accordingly. That’s why we provide you with cloud-based environmental sensing solutions based on the in-depth analysis of sound and vibration that decipher the noise for you. Creating networks of sensors that recognize sounds, localize sources and estimate other parameters based on this information (such as road surface state), are just a few examples of what our solutions can do for you – the possibilities are endless! By implementing our solutions – we offer public and private authorities better environmental governance of their surroundings by listening to the soundscape in a smart way that recognizes only what’s relevant to them. Currently, our services are oriented towards two very important parameters in assessing the state of any environment: road quality measurement and ambient sound monitoring.

Take a look at our various cases

Let ASAsense be your guiding partner through a world that is increasingly focused on understanding the noise throught smart sound analysis.


The Paris Sensor Network The GRAFIC research project, a collaborative effort between the University of Cergy-Pontoise, Bruitparif, Ifsttar, and Ghent University.


On behalf of the City of Antwerp, we mapped the soundscape and the perception of tranquility of 8 urban parks in Antwerp, in the framework of the city policy on urban quiet areas.


Noise, mostly of low-frequency nature, generated by sources within this area, is often a cause of annoyance for residents of the nearby city of Oostvoorne, located 3km to the south of the area. In order not to impede potential future expansion of the Rotterdam harbour, it is important that the sources and mechanisms of this problem are known.


The MobiSense imec.icon project, which ran from October 1, 2017 until September 30, 2019, aimed at efficiently creating spatio-temporal information on road surfaces and their wear, based on opportunistic sensing on-board of ordinary vehicles. 

We are pioneers
on the lookout for innovation.

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