Learn how you can apply artificial intelligence to improve noise management and optimise performance at industrial facilities and worksites.
Increased awareness of environmental health and safety is driving industrial operators to improve management of noise emissions. As a result, continuous monitoring is becoming more common.
However, most alerts from continuous monitoring are due to non-industrial sources such as bird song, road traffic or operation of domestic equipment.
The cost of this alarm flooding can be significant, often resulting in excessive curtailment of activities and diverting attention from genuine noise alerts or production-critical tasks.
Recent research and development by Wood has shown that artificial intelligence can classify noise events with the same accuracy as subject matter experts, making it possible to exclude extraneous noise from monitored noise data.
This technique can reduce noise alerts by around 95%, while improving the operator’s ability to avoid or respond to noise exceedances and minimising the impact on production.
In this webinar, we will describe five potential noise management approaches and present examples of each in action.
You’ll learn how to:
Identify the most suitable noise management approach for your operation
Select the noise monitoring and analytics technologies needed to support the approach
Implement the approach in a noise management plan
A certificate of completion that may be submitted for professional development hour (PDH) credits* will be provided upon request at the end of the session (see feedback survey).
The session will take about 60 minutes.
*This webinar is intended to assist participants in retaining and expanding their knowledge base. Wood will provide a certificate for attending the live webinar if requested at the end of the session. Acceptance as development credits is at the discretion of the organisation that receives the submittal.
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This webinar is offered twice to cover multiple time zones.
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Wednesday, 19 May 2021
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