Webinar on sonROAD18 in Practice - Opportunities & Challenges in Noise Modeling.

On November 3, 2021, G+P successfully held an online event for the second time. This time it was about the new road noise model sonRoad18 with its opportunities but also challenges.

Webinar on sonROAD18 in Practice - Opportunities & Challenges in Noise Modeling.
Webinar on sonROAD18 in Practice - Opportunities & Challenges in Noise Modeling.
Webinar on sonROAD18 in Practice - Opportunities & Challenges in Noise Modeling.

The rapid technological progress brings new opportunities and challenges in noise modeling. In order to be able to use the potential of sonROAD18, the most important questions regarding the practical handling of the model must be clarified quickly. At the webinar on November 3, 2021, we will show examples of the modeling challenges that need to be overcome and the opportunities that are available. In addition, we explained where differences are to be expected compared to the old StL86+ model.  

The event was aimed at authorities, specialists and interested parties from the fields of environment, structural engineering, civil engineering, architecture and urban planning.

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