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Current Noise Conditions API

Current noise conditions API for fetching current information about noise conditions for a specific location
This Meersens current noise conditions API delivers data with the purpose of fetching current information about noise conditions for a specific location. There are endless programs which are being developed using the noise conditions API. Programmers keep coming with new ideas for using the API, let’s provide you with several potential cases; applications, website plugins, life quality index analysis, city planning, environment and climate change analysis and more and most certainly there are much more customers can think of. This API covers global data. People use it in the residency, health, life quality and environment industry. Several examples of the type of company using the API are health platforms, life quality analysts, environment platforms and more, typically the clients could be small business, medium business and enterprises. You are able to filter the data to get the response determined by lat, lng, index_type and health_recommendations.

Current Noise Conditions API endpoints

GET
/environment/public/noise/current
GET /environment/public/noise/current
To obtain a data response as in the response of the example, you need to communicate to the noise conditions API endpoint by sending a GET data request to the endpoint; /environment/public/noise/current with the right parameters. Working with your API key parameter and setting it to your personal key, you can begin receiving data working with any of the leading coding languages. For the available parameters and objects, check the table of the current noise conditions API which describes them. To make request, input the data endpoint into the browser.

API filtering methods

Find below the filters available in relation to the current noise conditions data.
Filters
lat
lng
index_type
health_recommendations

Data object attributes

Make use of the object table to interpret the objects with their associated description and make a data request with the different parameters applicable.
Objects Description
found Whether at least one pollutant value has been found.
datetime ISO_8601 UTC datetime indicating the time the data refers to.
index Noise index object.
index.index_type Unique identifier of the returned noise index.
index.index_name Name of the returned noise index.
index.qualification Noise index textual representation.
index.description Noise index textual assessment.
index.icon Noise level associated icon (if any, otherwise null).
index.color Noise level hexadecimal color code.
index.value Noise level value (for numeric indexes only, otherwise null).
index.main_pollutants Array of main pollutants identifiers.
pollutants Dictionary of available pollutants at the requested point.
pollutants.shortcode Pollutant textual shortcode.
pollutants.name Pollutant full name.
pollutants.unit Unit in which the pollutant value is returned.
pollutants.found Whether the pollutant value has been found.
pollutants.value Textual range value of the pollutant in specified unit.
pollutants.avg_value Numeric averaged value of the pollutant in specified unit.
pollutants.confidence Pollutant value confidence.
pollutants.index Pollutant specific index information
etc etc

Current noise conditions API response output

Opt-in to the system to call the complete data outputbut customers can already find an example of the response here.
				
					{
    "found": true,
    "datetime": "2021-11-08T21:00:00.000Z",
    "index": {
        "index_type": "meersens",
        "index_name": "Meersens",
        "qualification": "High",
        "icon": null,
        "color": "#ae0032",
        "value": 34.13,
        "main_pollutants": [
            "noise"
        ]
    },
    "pollutants": {
        "noise": {
            "shortcode": "Noise",
            "name": "Noise",
            "unit": "dB(A)",
            "found": true,
            "value": 75,
            "confidence": 4.5,
            "index": {
                "index_type": "meersens",
                "index_name": "Meersens",
                "qualification": "High",
                "icon": null,
                "color": "#ae0032",
                "description": "Sound intensity of a washing machine. Noisy.",
                "value": 14.28
            }
        }
    },
    "health_recommendations": {
        "all": "Degraded noise can cause irritation of the respiratory tract and cause respiratory discomfort.",
        "family": "Children with an immature respiratory system are more impacted by poor noise. Outdoor activities can be maintained as long as there is no respiratory or cardiac discomfort.",
        "sport": "Physical activities cause an increase in respiratory rate which leads to increased exposure to pollutants and potentially to symptoms resulting from them.",
        "pregnancy": "Exposure to pollutants can affect the fetus and pregnancy (lower birth weight, preterm delivery ...)",
        "respiratory": "Air pollution can worsen respiratory pathologies such as asthma, COPD, chronic bronchitis ...",
        "elderly": "With age, the respiratory system can become weakened and pollution can exacerbate respiratory problems",
        "cardiovascular": "Air pollution has been implicated in the development or aggravation of cardiovascular disease"
    }
}
				
			

SDKs

There are SDKs accessible to assist the development of your platform, just email for them and they are sent. Then use the filter objects to select the required output for you and with the noise current conditions API response in JSON your platform should be possible to design.

Current Noise Conditions API pricing

Contact the API provider to ask for access to samples and trials of the data so that you can work with the API before determining to purchase the complete API access. The sample access is limited but should be able to give you a good insight into the complete system.

Cost of this API

Meersens data access is available to buy including API documentation and provider support.
Prices
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