We’re proud to not only be gold sponsors for this year’s Internoise conference, where the theme is Noise Control in a more Sustainable Future but to also be supporting Embedded Software Engineer, James Oatley as he presents his paper at the event.
Cirrus Research is excited to announce the launch of its newest remote environmental monitoring system: Quantum Outdoor. Built with cloud connectivity at its heart, Quantum Outdoor promises to make remote environmental monitoring more straightforward and accessible than ever before. Capable of measuring environmental noise, weather, gases and particulates, and ground vibration, Quantum Outdoor is a comprehensive solution for businesses and Read More…
Although listening to music is a mostly enjoyable experience for those that choose to indulge, music can be damaging to your hearing, especially for those working within the music industry.
Whether you run a construction site, or you simply live next door to one, it’s important to understand the hours within which noisy work can be carried out in your area according to the Control of Pollution Act 1974.
We are delighted to announce that the optimus red and optimus green sound level meters have been Type Approved by the PTB in Germany!
We’ve seen some of the fastest changes in technology in the last two years. Could the traditional way we measure and monitor noise be about to change forever too? Cirrus Research discusses the benefits cloud technology offers to noise measurement. Look around your home or office. It’s impossible to escape technology’s impact on almost every aspect of your life, whether Read More…
CIEH has published the results of its flagship noise survey, which saw a large increase in noise-related complaints. This year’s report found that noise complaints increased by 54% between 2019/20 and 2020/21, as people adjusted to life during the first Covid-19 lockdown.
The pioneering work that Dudley and his team started set the global standard for acoustic technology that others could only follow, and has led to Cirrus Research being amongst the world leaders in the design and manufacture of acoustic measurement instruments for prevention and eradication of noise-induced hearing loss
Today marks the beginning of Tinnitus Week, and here at Cirrus Research we’re driven to develop innovative instruments that will ultimately help to save people’s hearing from being irreparably damaged.
The Control of Noise at Work Regulations state that companies must clearly define any areas where there is a noise hazard, and clearly notify workers of any potential danger of high noise levels so that they can put on hearing protection.
But how can you define these areas and notify your workers?