DataKustik software for calculation and prediction of environmental noise, interior noise and air pollutant distribution as well as for building acoustics is state-of-the-art. Our software is powerful and user-friendly and successfully applied in more than 50 countries all over the world.

About Us

DataKustik is one of the leading manufacturers of software for immission protection, based in Greifenberg, 40km west of Munich, Germany. DataKustik was founded 1991 as a spinn-off of ACCON GmbH, engineering consultants for sound and vibration technology, which has been developing and applying software for noise propagation since the early 1980s.Today DataKustik and ACCON still form a strong alliance designing, developing, distributing and even applying software for immission protection on the highest technical level. Due to this close cooperation of acoustical experts and software engineering experts powerful software products are developed, which are rich in features and in technical innovations, but very user friendly, too.

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CadnaA is a highly advanced software for the prediction and assessment of environmental pollution (air/noise). Significant measures with far reaching consequences are based on the calculated results. In order to keep your software up to date with new or partial changed standards the software maintenance is essential. This fact is especially significant for the validity of your results in critical cases.

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CadnaSAK

CadnaSAK is the powerful software to calculate noise in industrial halls. CadnaSAK calculates the sound levels at workstations based on emission data of the machinery according to the EU-Machinery Directive considering the room geometry and design characteristics. The noise distribution is calculated and presented as noise maps. The characteristic noise levels of defined workstations can be printed in tables.

BASTIAN - The Building Acoustics Planning System

BASTIAN is the software to calculate airborne and impact sound transmission between rooms in buildings and airborne sound transmission from the exterior. The calculations in BASTIAN are based on parts 1 to 3 of the European Standard series EN 12354, being adopted by the majority of the European countries as part of their national standards. Therefore, these calculation procedures form the common basis for the prognosis of sound insulation of ...

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Company details

Business Type:
Software

Industry Type:
Health and Safety - Workplace Safety

Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

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