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How do you remotely monitor noise levels? Noise monitoring systems are critical for Industrial IoT applications. Measuring decibels with sensor telemetry is easier than you might think. You're seeing images here of noise monitoring systems deployed near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Whether you need to monitor noise levels for the natural resources industry, residential areas, Smart Cities, oil & gas industry, urban or suburban noise monitoring, facilities, airports, or any other industry, you'll find these cost-effective, flexible noise monitoring systems are your best option. These units measure a variety of sensors: Sound Pressure Levels (SPL), acoustic pressure levels, and noise in decibels Methane /...
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