Austin-Bergstrom Further Improves Noise Management with Brüel & Kjær

Upgraded Brüel & Kjær monitoring system equips Austin-Bergstrom International Airport to further improve noise management

Following an extensive period of research, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport - one of the best airports in the world - has chosen Brüel & Kjær's EMS division to supply the ANOMS Noise and Operations Management System for Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS).

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is known for its proactive community outreach and for making every effort to minimize noise disturbance from aircraft operations. By upgrading the existing noise monitoring and flight tracking system AUS will be able to take advantage of the superior precision and reliability of Brüel & Kjær’s latest model Noise Monitoring Terminals (NMTs) and the cohesive and integrated features of ANOMS.

“Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is pleased to continue its partnership with Brüel & Kjær. Since we began using ANOMS in 2004, the system has proven to be a valuable tool for investigating inquiries and complaints, as well as monitoring noise abatement procedures,” said Stephen Dick, Research Analyst, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport . “The upgrade will improve the quality and accuracy of information and will allow the airport to provide a higher level of customer service.”

As well as offering a fully integrated Noise and Operations Monitoring system, Brüel & Kjær provides managed services and support for its systems through a team dedicated solely to providing the best possible outcomes for users of its systems.

“We are proud to be expanding our long-term relationship with Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. The airport and its neighbouring communities will be receiving the most technically advanced solutions and support services suite available to manage their extensive Noise Management Program.” - Robert Brodecky, Vice President, Brüel & Kjær EMS Inc.

Installation of the ANOMS System and Noise Monitoring Terminals at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport will commence immediately.


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