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Share information with your communities by providing an innovative and user-friendly public interface
Communication plays an important role in the relationship between the airport and its neighbors. Casper Noise Lab aims at providing information on what is going on right now, how people are impacted and automatic interactive reports and statistics on flights, noise and complaints. By clear explanation of all noise abatement measures taken, awareness is created about the airport's efforts in reducing noise. Further, by providing facts about aircraft movements and noise in an understandable way, this positively contributes to an open and transparent attitude towards the people living around the airport.Download brochure Schedule a demo
Casper Noise Lab is used by airports worldwide to inform their surrounding communities about flight patterns, runway use, noise and complaint data.
This includes customers of all sizes and designations: from large hub airports to regional airfields, general aviation airports surrounded by noise sensitive areas, and even military bases. Links to our customer websites are shown on the map below.
The home page is a preview of everything available on the website. It is also the place to go for announcements such as maintenance activities or daily operational messages. Real-time information such as current runway use, weather and chart provide instant insight in what’s going on at the airport. Besides generated information and reports, the airport can customize the website in any way they want. The menu and all static content can be configured and changed. This allows the airport to keep the information up to date and highlight relevant information, specific for a certain period.
Interactive dashboards with maps and charts, let the user click around selecting different periods, time of day, noise monitors and runways. The map is customized with airport specific information and overlays, including traffic distribution, corridors and noise contours. The user can put his location on the map to reference the information for his own location. Charts are available on a wide range of topics, like flight operations, runway use, noise and complaints.