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2013-01-17 11:41:09 - Airport operators are under constant pressure. Their situation combines noisy aircraft with population centres, requiring a continual balance between the happiness of their neighbours and their operations.

Meanwhile, across many of the 250 airports we service today - including London Heathrow, Los Angeles and Copenhagen - aircraft operations have tripled in the last 30 years, keeping noise constantly on the agenda.

So the industry has evolved the way they manage noise. Today, noise levels are automatically measured every 500 milliseconds at distances many kilometres away from the airport, using Brüel & Kjær systems. This is merged with other data which shows which aircraft are flying where and what noise levels they make.
Progressing from simple measurement and reporting, airports now also control which aircraft fly and where - and work to engage their local communities. In 2004, Oakland Airport in California became the first in the world to use

our WebTrak website to display current and historical flights online to the community.

Commencing in 2009, airports could avoid the technical business of noise monitoring altogether, freeing them up for their core business by trusting us to do the same. Noise Office - a subscription service where we operate systems and deliver reports and outcomes - means airport operators can obtain comprehensive data and no longer need to invest in equipment or train staff on monitoring systems.

We have always been trying to help mitigate airport impact. Since the first ‘portable’ monitoring systems, like those used at Zürich airport in 1957, Brüel & Kjær has driven innovations that can advance airport noise monitoring capabilities - like outdoor microphones. These led to the first permanent airport noise monitoring systems at Oslo and Toulouse Airports in 1966.

Now, as then, we are proud to be helping to manage operations and support sustainable development planning, safeguarding the future operation of airports by maintaining effective relationships with the surrounding community.

Learn more about Brüel & Kjær's environment management solutions at www.bksv.com/ems

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About Brüel & Kjær

Brüel & Kjær is a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of sound and vibration measurement systems.

Brüel & Kjær helps its customers measure and manage the quality of sound and vibration in their products and in the environment. Focus areas are aerospace, space, defence, automotive, ground transportation, airport environment, urban environment, telecom, and audio.

Brüel & Kjær has an unparalleled portfolio of sound and vibration equipment, and is a renowned deliverer of innovative instrumentation, including sound level meters, microphones, accelerometers, conditioning amplifiers, calibrators, noise and vibration analysers and software. To see the full range of products and systems, please visit www.bksv.com

Brüel & Kjær also runs a variety of training courses, from basic introductions to noise and its effects to more specialised classes teaching customers how to get the most out of their equipment.

Free, online training courses - conducted by our expert engineers - run throughout the year too. For all course registration details visit www.bksv.com/courses

Brüel & Kjær is a subsidiary of UK-based Spectris plc (www.spectris.com) which has annual sales of £1.1bn and employs around 7,500 people worldwide across its four business segments

For additional information please contact:
Heather Wilkins
Marketing Coordinator
Bruel & Kjaer
Telephone: 01223 389 800
Web: www.bksv.com
Email: heather.wilkins@bksv.com


Contact Information:
Brüel & Kjær

Jarman Way, Royston, Herts, SG8 5BQ

Contact Person:
Heather Wilkins
Marketing Coordinator
Phone: 01223 389 800
email: email

Web: www.bksv.com/NewsEvents/News/70-years-Airport-Monitoring.aspx



Author:
Heather Wilkins
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Web: www.bksv.co.uk
Phone: 01763 255 780

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