The usual approach to real-time noise mapping consists in implementing a localized noise monitoring network that continuously collects noise data and transmits them to a data center where a noise model software runs. The role of the noise model software is to re-scale some pre-computed partial noise maps according to the measured data and to sum the new re-scaled partial maps together, in order to obtain the whole area noise map to be published and continuously updated on a web site. At the moment the application of real-time noise map systems is limited to small areas because of the high cost of noise monitoring stations and long time needed to run and manage the system. A new approach to real-time noise mapping will be developed in DYNAMAP (DYNamic Acoustic MAPping), a co-founded project in the framework of LIFE 2013 program. The main features of this project are to define a statistically-based method to optimize the choice and the number of monitoring sites, and to automate the noise mapping process using the information retrieved from a low cost monitoring network. Preliminary results and a case study, referring to a small sample of roads of the city of Milan, will be presented

Zambon, G., Angelini, F., Benocci, R., Bisceglie, A., Radaelli, S., Coppi, P., et al. (2015). DYNAMAP: a new approach to real-time noise mapping. In Proceedings of Euronoise 2015, C. Glorieux, Ed., Maastricht, June 1-3, 2015 (pp.405-410). DC/ConfOrg.

DYNAMAP: a new approach to real-time noise mapping

ZAMBON, GIOVANNI;BENOCCI, ROBERTO;BISCEGLIE, ALESSANDRO VINCENZO;RADAELLI, SIMONE ANDREA;
2015

Abstract

The usual approach to real-time noise mapping consists in implementing a localized noise monitoring network that continuously collects noise data and transmits them to a data center where a noise model software runs. The role of the noise model software is to re-scale some pre-computed partial noise maps according to the measured data and to sum the new re-scaled partial maps together, in order to obtain the whole area noise map to be published and continuously updated on a web site. At the moment the application of real-time noise map systems is limited to small areas because of the high cost of noise monitoring stations and long time needed to run and manage the system. A new approach to real-time noise mapping will be developed in DYNAMAP (DYNamic Acoustic MAPping), a co-founded project in the framework of LIFE 2013 program. The main features of this project are to define a statistically-based method to optimize the choice and the number of monitoring sites, and to automate the noise mapping process using the information retrieved from a low cost monitoring network. Preliminary results and a case study, referring to a small sample of roads of the city of Milan, will be presented
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dynamic noise mapping, road noise, monitoring system
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European Congress and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering EuroNoise - May 31 - June 3
Zambon, G., Angelini, F., Benocci, R., Bisceglie, A., Radaelli, S., Coppi, P., et al. (2015). DYNAMAP: a new approach to real-time noise mapping. In Proceedings of Euronoise 2015, C. Glorieux, Ed., Maastricht, June 1-3, 2015 (pp.405-410). DC/ConfOrg.
Zambon, G; Angelini, F; Benocci, R; Bisceglie, A; Radaelli, S; Coppi, P; Bellucci, P; Giovannetti, A; Grecco, R
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