Noise and Air Quality Prediction Software
IMMI can support you in any aspect concerning noise immission control.
Depending on the type of noise and legal requirements, the calculation is based on the relevant dispersion model. You will be supported by individual programme functions according to your application. You can use IMMI for the following:
Industrial and Commercial Noise
Probably no other type of noise affects as many people as traffic noise, especially road traffic noise. The extent of the noise sources and the fact that the guideline values are on average 5 dB higher than for industrial noise in specific countries means that traffic routes have a large radius of impact.
Whether road, rail or waterway, we have mastered all traffic routes and this for almost all country-specific regulations.
Especially in the planning of new traffic routes, IMMI can demonstrate its strengths: the fast calculation of large-scale models, the comparison of different variants, the input assistance for emission values or the automated height calculation of noise barriers – to name only a few advantages.
Noise in Working Areas
The physiological and psychological impact of noise at work is one of the major causes of occupational illnesses. This makes the targeted planning of noise reduction measures in the planning phase of working rooms all the more important.
Our Indoor Noise Module, which is available to all IMMI users free of charge, supports you in this area. As an addition to the geometric sound propagation model, you receive an easy-to-use tool for room acoustic design based on DIN 18041.
The module is ideally suited for the analysis of the noise situation in factory buildings and for the determination of the sound propagation (SAK) according to VDI 3760.
Noise mapping according Directive (EU) 2021/1226 for road traffic noise, railway noise, industrial noise and aircraft noise (CNOSSOS-EU)
The issue of noise emissions and immissions plays an important role in urban planning processes. You can use IMMI’s full range of features for corresponding investigations: the import of GIS data sets, automated segmented calculation in the network, the creation of calculation lists for comparison of different variants or exposure analyses.
Air quality is directly related to human well-being. Despite positive trends, some air pollutants such as NO2 and PM10 still exceed the applicable limit values for the protection of human health. This makes it all the more important to have a reliable tool for modelling air pollutant distributions in order to calculate the dispersion of gases, odours and dusts.
To find out more about how IMMI could work for you and to get a free trial of the software, contact us.