aircraft noise Companies in Vermont

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SoundPLAN International LLC

based in Shelton, WASHINGTON (USA)

SoundPLAN is the leading noise and air pollution planning and mapping software for 29 years. Use SoundPLAN to map and assess any transportation, industry or leisure noise. Use it for any size project with even the smallest version. Outstanding features include the cost/benefit capabilities for Wall Design and Expert System, extensive documentation features, and it is the ...

Wölfel Group

based in Hoechberg, GERMANY

The Woelfel group consists of three companies with more than 80 employees, providing demanding solutions in vibrations and acoustics. Wölfel Beratende Ingenieure (`consulting engineers`), the engineering service company with intersectoral competence and experience when it comes to questions of mechanics, dynamics and acoustics. Wölfel Meßsysteme · Software (`measuring ...

Braunstein + Berndt GmbH

based in Backnang, GERMANY

SoundPLAN GmbH in Backnang, Germany is an engineering company with the main focus on noise control, air quality assurance and software development. SoundPLAN International LLC in Shelton, WA, USA acts as the interface between the development office and the more than 30 international distributors that help distribute and maintain the SoundPLAN software on a worldwide ...

Brüel & Kjær Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S

based in Nærum, DENMARK

Brüel & Kjær is a world leading manufacturer and supplier of sound and vibration solutions. We help our customers solve their sound and vibration problems – from measuring traffic noise and vibration in car engines to evaluating building acoustics and performing quality control. We have customers in a wide range of fields, including automotive, aerospace, consumer goods ...


based in Limonest, FRANCE

ACOEM helps customers in the industrial, environmental and defence sectors make the right decisions and take the right actions. To ensure the productivity and reliability of industrial machines. To prevent noise and vibration pollution. To protect personnel, sites and vehicles in military theaters of operation. To contribute to the development of effective, robust & ...

Cirrus Research plc

based in Hunmanby, UNITED KINGDOM

Cirrus Research plc is a world leading manufacturer and supplier of sound level meters, noise meters, noise dosimeters, environmental noise monitoring systems and acoustic transducers. Our products are used across and wide and diverse range of applications including Occupational Noise, Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Noise Measurement, Vehicle Noise Testing and Airport ...

Larson Davis, a division of PCB Piezotronics

based in Depew, NEW YORK (USA)

Larson Davis, a division of PCB Piezotronics, is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of acoustic and vibration measurement systems used for environmental noise monitoring, workplace noise/vibration exposure, and general noise surveys. The Larson Davis product line includes products such as Type 1 Sound Level Meters, Permanent & Quasi Permanent ...

Navcon Engineering Network

based in Fullerton, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Navcon Engineering, `Noise & Vibration Consultants`, specializes in the measurement, analysis, and control of noise and vibration. Navcon engineers focus on solving problems related to airborne and structureborne noise, vibration, structural dynamics, equipment operation, system processes and the environmental impacts of noise and vibration Consulting services include ...

DataKustik GmbH

based in Greifenberg, GERMANY

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.

Whelen Engineering Company, Inc.

based in Connecticut, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Whelen Engineering began in1952 when George W. Whelen developed a rotating aircraft“anti-collision beacon.”This original concept was expanded to create a magnetic mounted beacon used by police, public safety, fire departments,and, to convert hearses to ambulance service!In 1963 Whelen began researching strobe light technology in order to introduce affordable,reliable and ...

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