As a growing company and an innovator of noise measurement instruments, we’re always looking for new employees to join our existing team across all sections of the company. Whether you’ve got a passion for digital electronics, software design, packing, sales, marketing, acoustics or administration, we’re always looking to expand our team with the right people. Who we are For over Read More…
Airborne Engineering Limited (AEL) specialises in measurement, testing and research; particularly of advanced rocket propulsion systems. One of AEL’s principle services is carrying out static tests of rocket engines for other aerospace companies. Join us on this Rocket Engine Noise Suppression Programme.
For anyone that lives in or enjoys visiting UK seaside towns, you will be aware of the noise nuisance generated by Seagulls. Over the last few months, engineers at Cirrus Research have developing a solution to combat the constant squawking, chirping and wailing that creates an unpleasant soundscape for many.
As we continue our quest to build up a noise nuisance map of the UK, we recently turned our attention to our fair Capital, London. As the statistics rolled in, it became clear pretty quickly that London was very different to the rest of the UK.
Cirrus has always been keen to follow trends on noise nuisance. We are heavily involved in this sector, so in 2015 we launched a campaign in to dig down to local level and see what the situation was like at the grass roots. Following campaigns in Yorkshire and the North West, our latest research has now unveiled a noise nuisance map for the North East.
The latest version of the Cirrus NoiseTools software is now available for download. This new version of NoiseTools incorporates a number of updates and enhancements over the previous version v.1.6.4, including support the new doseBadge5 Noise Dosimeter and a new format for audio storage, as well as a number of updates and enhancements.
Yes, it’s me – The Noise Doctor. I’m back with the NoiseNews Round-Up. I’ll be bringing you some of the latest and quirkiest noise-related news stories from around the world. In this edition, I’m looking at plans for a new Legoland, drum & bass music being replaced by a silent disco, councils warring over noise and how noise pollution is a possible factor in the onset of dementia. Let’s get started.
Cirrus Research is now a registered supplier under the Utilities Vendor Database or UVDB. As a long-term supplier to the UK utilities industry, as well as to major infrastructure and engineering contractors, Cirrus provides a wide range of noise and vibration measurement instruments and systems that help our customers meet the demands of environmental and occupational noise regulations.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all the support and business during 2016. It’s been a special year for Cirrus and we are very much looking forward to working with you again in 2017. Here is some Christmas news and our closing dates over the festive period.
2016 is rapidly coming to a close and 2017 is almost upon us. New Year is always a time for reflection. With this in mind, I reviewed all the NoiseNews updates from 2016 and can now reveal the top 10 blogs that aim to educate, inform and entertain. Are you sitting comfortably? Then let us begin.