Airports, small and large, use noise and operations monitoring systems to reduce the noise of flight operations in the surrounding community. Noise monitoring is generally used to evaluate noise abatement programs and to develop aircraft departure and arrival procedures that minimize the impact of aircraft noise based upon altitude, flight path, and time of day. Noise monitoring is linked with radar tracking so that specific aircraft can be identified when noise limits are exceeded and so operational requirements can be enforced.
Larson Davis provides noise monitoring systems to airports, consultants, and system integrators with the technology and support to make a successful program.
By Larson Davis, a division of PCB Piezotronics based in Depew, NEW YORK (USA).
Airport noise monitoring often requires a combination of short term measurements to gather information along with long term measurements to maintain compliance with agreed noise levels. Cirrus Environmental has a range of noise measurement instruments that have been purpose designed for these tasks along with the NoiseHub software package.
By Cirrus Environmental based in Peterborough, UNITED KINGDOM.
The Public Demands Quieter Airports: Public demands for quieter airports and concerns about carbon footprints have brought about strict legislation that makes airport environment monitoring compulsory in many countries. Growing environmental concerns constitute one of the most serious obstacles to capacity expansion of airports.
By Brüel & Kjær Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S based in Nærum, DENMARK.
In most applications, the object of an Airport Noise Monitoring System is to monitor and ultimately, manage and control the noise levels generated by aircraft movements in and around the airport.
By Cirrus Research plc based in Hunmanby, UNITED KINGDOM.
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