Development of \"AlarmLocator\" --- A computerized model for predicting the optimum number, location, and power level of acoustic warning devices in noisy work plants

Rida Al Osman
Acoustic warning signals are necessary to promptly alert workers of events which can compromise safety. Failure to react to warning signals can increase the risk of accidents in the workplace. Unfortunately, the use of warning signals in industry is poorly regulated and submitted to intuitive installation practices, often with little regard to the many factors contributing to an efficient use. This research presents the development of a new software tool called "AlarmLocator" to automate the...
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