Graham Dove, Charlie Mydlarz, Juan Bello, Oded Nov
More than 70 million people in major U.S. cities are estimated to be exposed to noise levels considered harmful by the Environmental Protection Agency , and noise pollution is consistently among the most-cited and highest-impact quality-of-life issues for residents. For the past five years, we have been conducting research for Sounds of New York City (SONYC) , a large-scale noise-monitoring and mitigation project in New York City, the largest and most densely populated city in the country. We have developed and deployed a network of noise-monitoring sensors, connected with residents affected by problem noise, and built relationships within municipal…
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