The version 3.0 of the open-source software NoiseModelling is now officially released*.
We propose to organise a free one-day workshop just before Forum Acusticum 2020. It will take place at IFSTTAR in Bron (very near Lyon). The purpose of this workshop is to familiarize participants with this open-source software and encourage them to eventually join the Noise-Planet community.
More broadly, we hope that this workshop will also be an opportunity to have an exchange on open-source software in environmental acoustics.
It is open to all types of participants, from master's students to professors, technicians or engineers. To pre-register, you can complete this form before March 2nd 2019 : bit.ly/2O5ETeN
Pierre Aumond, Judicaël Picaut, Nicolas Fortin
* NoiseModelling is a library capable of producing noise maps of cities. This tool is almost compliant with the CNOSSOS-EU standard method for the noise emission (only traffic) and noise propagation. It can be freely used either for research and education, as well as by experts in a professional use.
Here, you can find:
- the source code: https://github.com/Ifsttar/NoiseModelling
- documentation with a short tutorial : https://noisemodelling.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
- the release to download : https://github.com/Ifsttar/NoiseModelling/releases/tag/3.0.0