Cirrus Research is excited to announce the launch of their latest cloud-based noise monitoring system, Quantum Outdoor. Quantum Outdoor is a single solution for the remote monitoring of noise 24/7; it uses powerful cloud technology to give users control over their environmental noise impacts at their desktops.
Cirrus Research is pleased to announce that we will be attending this year’s Health & Safety Matters Live Digital Conference as a platinum sponsor, starting on 13 October 2021. The HSM Live Digital Conference is free to attend for all those working in the health and safety industry, and promises unrivalled access to a line-up of leading figures discussing the Read More…
We’re very excited to announce that our friends in Germany have opened a brand-new noise measurement calibration laboratory at their Headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany.
We often talk about excessive noise, whether it’s in reference to occupational or environmental noise, but it’s not very often that we talk about quiet places.
Earth Day 2021 is here and helping to highlight the many challenges faced across the globe as we continue to struggle with managing the impact the 21st Century world has on the planet.
Noise comes in all shapes, sizes and sounds. It’s part of our everyday lives. However, in order to understand it properly, it’s important to know what the different types of noise are.
Small music venues may be fighting back against a tide of noise nuisance complaints that are forcing many to close across the UK.
Whilst we have to accept some road traffic noise, barking dogs and noisy neighbours in today’s urban sprawls, we don’t have to just grin and bear it. Especially when it starts to affect our home life and health. Here are 5 things you can try at home to start your decibel diet.
Adam Swersky, a Harrow Councillor, was recently quoted in the New Statesman saying “Our cities are being poisoned by a toxin that surrounds us day and night. It eats away at our brains, hurts our hearts, clutches at our sleep, and gnaws at the quality of our daily lives.”. So, should noise really be considered a toxin?
With Big Ben’s Bongs due to silenced until 2021 while essential maintenance work is completed, The Noise Doctor investigates whether this is truly bong-ers.