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Environmental noise monitoring, anytime, any place and anywhere

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.

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Research reveals drop in noise pollution during Covid-19 lockdown

At the start of the global Covid-19 lockdown, we all marvelled at the photos showing deserted streets and farm animals wandering through once-busy town centres. Not only did the lockdown period provide unique visual spectacles for us to look back on in years to come, but it turns out that there was also an audible effect of Covid-19. Recent research, Read More…

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Glastonbury Organisers Told to Reduce Noise Levels for 2020

Christmas may have only just ended with summer feeling like a lifetime away, but the world-famous Glastonbury festival is already making headlines. Far from being rumours about who this year’s headliners are going to be, the most recent Glasto-gossip focusses on low-frequency propagation.

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Our Extended Black, Red & Green Friday Offers Are Here!

Due to popular demand, we’ve just extended and added to our host of festive offers! All our offer MUST END at 2pm on Thursday. Check them out below! This is the perfect time to add to your fleet of noise monitoring equipment or to make your first investment! With a range of refurbished Optimus┬« sound level meters and doseBadge┬« noise Read More…

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Why is excessive noise and noise pollution harmful?

A man holding his hands over his ears, as a visual representation of noise pollution.

Here at Cirrus Research, we’re driven by one main thing: to develop innovative instruments that will ultimately save people’s hearing from being irreparably damaged, and prevent them from developing other serious conditions associated with hearing loss. Most people who know our name will have awareness of just how damaging noise can be, whether it’s noise pollution in the environment or Read More…

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Edinburgh pledges action to tackle airport noise

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The management staff at Edinburgh Airport have recently announced that they are taking steps to reduce the number of night-time flights in an attempt to ease the number of local residents who are being disturbed by excessive noise levels. Find out more in our article and discover why tackling airport noise is so important.

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