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.
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.
World Hearing Day is one awareness day that is close to the hearts of all of us here at Cirrus Research. For over 50 years we have pioneered and innovated technology that has made monitoring and measuring noise easier and more accessible. We’re dedicated to helping protect those at risk of being affected by overexposure to noise.
Despite challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic and Brexit, Cirrus Research plc, based in North Yorkshire, have successfully won a large international tender worth around £800K,
The UK Government has introduced a new Covid noise limit that affects restaurants, bars, pubs and hotels. Find out what it means.
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.
Today marks World Mental Health Awareness Day, and it’s one of the most important awareness events of the year. In the last few years, mental health awareness has dramatically improved, meaning that people who for too long have suffered in silence, are now getting the help and treatment they need.
In a protest against the lack of adequate and available hearing protection, London Underground drivers have decided to drive trains at lower speeds on certain sections of track, in order to reduce noise levels.
From a noisy UB40 fan to acoustic improvements on the M1 motorway, catch up with the latest noise news from August in our newest round-up.
Noise has been in the news again recently with the use of anti-child alarms. Learn how they work and the difference between presbycusis and noise-induced hearing loss.