This event, organised by the Measurement and Instrumentation Group, will review the current state of acoustic instrumentation and measurement within ‘Smart Cities’. The event will look at recent developments in instrumentation for distributed and long term noise monitoring, the development of appropriate analytics for handling large datasets and example case studies including those where acoustic data is combined with other measurands.
10.00 Welcome and Introduction,
Ben Piper, IOA M&I Group / Acoustic Sensor Networks
10.10 A Little Electronic Milky Way of Sound – The IoT and the Future Sound of Cities,
Dan Pope, Atkins Global
10.50 Standards for Smart Cities,
Richard Barham, Acoustic Sensor Networks
11.10 Introduction to the Connected Places Catapult
11.50 Getting Smarter - Turning sound level monitors into Smart City tools,
Paul McDonald, Sonitus Systems
12.40 Tools for data collection in Soundscape applications,
Miguel Garcia Pedroche, HEAD Acoustics UK
13.40 AI for Sound: A Future Technology for Smart Cities –
Prof. Mark Plumbley, University of Surrey
14.20 Tranquil Cities,
Grant Waters, Tranquil City
15.20 More measurement data – more knowledge or just more noise?,
Chris Skinner, AECOM
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URBAN INNOVATION CENTRE
Closest rail station is Farringdon, served by the underground a nd mainline rail services. It is a 25 minute walk from both Kings Cross and Liverpool Street.
Walking from Farrington : Exit Farrington Station on Turnmill Street, turn left, walk to the junction with Clerkenwell Road, turn right and cross the road, take first left, walk along and past The Crown Tavern on Clerkenwell Close, walk on until you reach the junction with St James's Church garden and Sekforde Street, turn left, the venue entrance is at the junction of Sekforde Street and St James's walk.
Sekforde Street is a one-way street and access is from Clerkenwell Road. There is limited pay and dispay parking in Sekforde Strete, which is within the Congetion Charge Zone
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