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Open Science Prize - "Community hope" for the "Noise-Capture" application

The Noise-Planet team has been honored with the "Science ouverte du logiciel libre de la recherche" 2023 hashtag #prixscienceouverte award in the "Communauté espoir" category for the development of the NoiseCapture application.

This prize, organized by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research and the Directorate General for Research and Innovation (DGRI), promotes the opening up of knowledge.
We're delighted to have been part of this movement for 15 years now, through NoiseCapture and NoiseModelling. Two free, open-source tools that look at environmental noise from the angles of measurement and modeling.

Special thanks to Erwan Bocher, Judicaël Picaut, Gwendall Petit and Nicolas Fortin, who gave birth to NoiseCapture and continue to support it.

Many thanks to the many contributors who bring this project to life, taking hundreds of measurements every day and contributing to the largest open database on environmental noise.

Noise-Planet is a project run by the Unité Mixte de Recherche en Acoustique Environnementale (UMRAE - Université Gustave Eiffel / Cerema ) and the Lab-STICC (UMR CNRS 6285) CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique.