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Most major airports use permanent noise and operations monitoring systems to reduce the noise of flight operations in the surrounding community. This paper aims at a technical proposal for a permanent environmental noise monitoring and control system to provide solutions to reduce the noise of flying activities for communities around the airport. Airport noise monitoring is often used to evaluate noise abatement programs and to improve the aircraft's take-off / landing procedures, to minimize the impact of aircraft noise based on altitude, flight path and time of day. Noise monitoring is usually linked to the tracking radar to determine which aircraft is in particular when the noise limit is exceeded and thus provides immediate operational requirements to meet. The airport noise enviromental monitoring and control system is often structured with fixed permanent noise monitoring stations, mobile noise monitoring stations, multi-parameter wheather stations, radar tracks and flights information to automatically evaluate the noise impact due to operation of aircrafts in the surrounds of airport, near and on residential areas. The entire system is operated by a software platform proposed as a cloud configuration available on the internet. The platform provides all the modules required to manage data such as noise and flight information monitoring and control, live data, reports, noise and flight information in public disclosure, complaints management, alarms and warnings, etc.

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Tuân, L. Đình, Trần Tiến, A., & Nguyễn, H. (2021). On the airport environmental noise monitoring and control system. Science & Technology Development Journal - Engineering and Technology, 3(SI2), SI69-SI80.

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