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Are expansion joints on bridges noisy?
There is a reason to take the noise from expansion joints seriously - find out why.
WHO's environmental noise guidelines for the European Region
Noise has negative impacts on human health and well-being and is a growing concern.
What does a motorway sound like?
Find out how auralisation is used to explain the scope and impact of road noise.
Auralisations: The sound of road noise
Listen to auralisations of traffic noise i different situations.
Simulations used to evaluate the New Port of Veracruz
Simulation studies have shown how the New Port of Veracruz can increase safety and optimise operational efficiency for container ships calling the port
Radio requirements and the EU Commission
A status on the harmonised standards under RED, EMC and LV directives.
Optimal product sounds make products better
Sounds from products must be designed and should not simply be an 'incidental waste product’.
Uncertainty explained: How to calculate laboratory CMC?
What is CMC, and how does it involve the uncertainty of the laboratories?
Better store design using eye tracking
A comprehensive eye tracking study shows how the customers navigate the store.
How do the notified bodies ensure a uniform handling of product documentation so that the result is more or less the same regardless of who is chosen on the EU list of notified bodies?
Pyroshock and satellites
Before launch, the satellite's equipment must be thoroughly tested with regard to the effects of the launch.
New simulator functionalities for offshore crane operations
New SomFlex4 software is useful for planning, testing and verification of offshore crane operations.
Healthcare and the Internet of Things
Remote monitoring in the healthcare sector requires interoperability of healthcare data on electronic platforms.
The life cycle of standards
In general, a systematic review of each individual standard is made every five years.
5 tips for development of reliable and robust electronic products
Development of electronic products requires a 360-degree approach to reliability and robustness where all relevant failure mechanisms and external conditions, such as climatic, chemical, mechanical, and EMC conditions, are accounted for.