The DYNAMAP project (Dynamic Acoustic Mapping – Development of low cost sensors networks for real time noise mapping) is a LIFE project aiming at developing a dynamic noise mapping system able to detect and represent in real time the acoustic impact due to road infrastructures. Scope of the project is the European Directive 2002/49/EC relating to the assessment and management of environmental noise (END). The main project idea is focused on the research of a technical solution able to ease and reduce the cost of noise mapping, through an automatic monitoring system, based on customized low-cost sensors and a software tool implemented on a general purpose GIS platform, performing the update of noise maps in real time (dynamic noise maps). The feasibility of this approach will be proved implementing the system in two pilot areas with different territorial and environmental characteristics: an agglomeration and a major road. The first pilot area will be located in Milan, in a significant portion of the town, while the second one will be situated along the motorway A90 surrounding the city of Rome. The two pilot areas show peculiar needs and characteristics, such as the presence of multiple noise sources, roads junctions, traffic and weather conditions, that require a different system's implementation approach. In this paper the main issues related to the design of the system configuration in the pilot area of Rome are described.

Bellucci, P., Peruzzi, L., Zambon, G. (2017). LIFE DYNAMAP project: The case study of Rome. APPLIED ACOUSTICS, 117, 193-206 [10.1016/j.apacoust.2016.04.022].

LIFE DYNAMAP project: The case study of Rome

ZAMBON, GIOVANNI
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2017

Abstract

The DYNAMAP project (Dynamic Acoustic Mapping – Development of low cost sensors networks for real time noise mapping) is a LIFE project aiming at developing a dynamic noise mapping system able to detect and represent in real time the acoustic impact due to road infrastructures. Scope of the project is the European Directive 2002/49/EC relating to the assessment and management of environmental noise (END). The main project idea is focused on the research of a technical solution able to ease and reduce the cost of noise mapping, through an automatic monitoring system, based on customized low-cost sensors and a software tool implemented on a general purpose GIS platform, performing the update of noise maps in real time (dynamic noise maps). The feasibility of this approach will be proved implementing the system in two pilot areas with different territorial and environmental characteristics: an agglomeration and a major road. The first pilot area will be located in Milan, in a significant portion of the town, while the second one will be situated along the motorway A90 surrounding the city of Rome. The two pilot areas show peculiar needs and characteristics, such as the presence of multiple noise sources, roads junctions, traffic and weather conditions, that require a different system's implementation approach. In this paper the main issues related to the design of the system configuration in the pilot area of Rome are described.
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Dynamic acoustic maps; Low cost sensors; Noise mapping; Real time; Road junctions; Road noise sources; Weather conditions;
Dynamic acoustic maps; Low cost sensors; Noise mapping; Real time; Road junctions; Road noise sources; Weather conditions
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Bellucci, P., Peruzzi, L., Zambon, G. (2017). LIFE DYNAMAP project: The case study of Rome. APPLIED ACOUSTICS, 117, 193-206 [10.1016/j.apacoust.2016.04.022].
Bellucci, P; Peruzzi, L; Zambon, G
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