Monitor environmental noise with NoiseIoT
Workplace Environment Monitoring by placing sensors at appropriate locations in open office spaces, noise levels can be monitored to, for example, aid decisions regarding the need for installation of soundproofing solutions. In industrial work environments, sensors can be used to ensure that noise levels comply with regulatory safety standards. The noise levels in school premises can be monitored to prevent children and staff from being repeatedly exposed to harmful noise. In case the noise exceeds a certain level, for example, in a classroom, a visible online device in the classroom could be triggered as an immediate response.
Managing and Controlling Noise Levels in Public Facilities When sensors are placed in public facilities such as libraries, museums, and city halls, the noise levels can be monitored to ensure that these environments stay quiet, comfortable, and efficient.
Traffic Noise Monitoring By placing sensors in high-density traffic areas, the continuously collected sensor data can be used to generate reliable, detailed, and up-to-date noise maps.
Motor Preventive Maintenance Sensors can be used as part of a preventive maintenance solution to detect excessive noise generation in industrial motors, as a way of identifying operating anomalies at an early stage.