It’s the 5th of November, which means only one thing! The brilliant bonfires and fantastic fireworks have been prepped and are ready to paint the skies with their cocktails of colours. Not sure how to protect your hearing this weekend? Read on for advice from our experts. Expand your Noise Knowledge!Signup to the NoiseNews blog for the latest article updates Read More…
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.
Noise pollution is the second largest environmental cause of health problems, according the World Health Organisation, with heart disease, diabetes and mental health conditions being caused by excessive noise levels. We think noise pollution awareness needs to be better.
According to new local government data, complaints about noise disturbances and noisy neighbours have soared in the last 18 months, as most of the country spent more time indoors during the Covid-19 national lockdowns.
Noise pollution is an invisible danger that affects the health and wellbeing of all life. In the second blog of this series, we will be looking at noise pollution and how it affects people
Everyone has that one sound that makes their toes curl and their skin crawl. There are a whole host of sounds out there that can only be described as unbearable.
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…
Cirrus Research is pleased to announce that we’re joining the Quiet Project, supported by the Institute of Acoustics in conjunction with the Association of Noise Consultants and the UK Acoustics Network, and is being coordinated by KSG Acoustics.
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.
Anyone who has neighbours knows that sometimes, they can be less than courteous; whether it’s loud music and all-night parties, or the dog that’s trying to communicate with the whole street. We all have a right to live in a quiet and peaceful area and whilst some noise can be ignored, sometimes it becomes too much to bear and we Read More…