Noise maps

A noise map is a cartographic representation of existing sound pressure levels in a particular area and time period. Its purpose is to identify the exposure levels for the public to an existing noise source generated by road traffic, railway, air traffic or industrial activity.

dBplus acoustic consultants create sound maps for municipalities and Public Administration Departments according to the procedures defined in European, State and Regional Directives. The methods used to create these maps combine prediction measurements and outdoor propagation models, thereby guaranteeing the reliability of the software and our results.