DGMR Software

Trusted by Thousands. DGMR Software is in use by Industries, Consultants, Authorities and Universities.


Fast and easy reporting of measurements as contour maps

NoiseAtWork is a powerful tool for occupational and industrial hygienists to help them reporting noise at work and other type of measurements in indoor and outdoor workspaces. Key words are fit for purpose, easy to use and cost efficient.


Noise Prediction for Industry and Wind Turbines

iNoise is the new intuitive and quality assured software for industrial noise calculations in the environment. The calculations are based on the ISO 9613 method and the recommendations of the new quality standard ISO 71534.


Noise prediction for Road, Rail, Industry, Wind turbines and air traffic

Predictor-LimA is by far the most complete, intuitive and powerful software for environmental noise prediction on the market. The software is available in 5 configurations ranging from small projects to large scale noise mapping projects. Predictor-Lima fulfils the requirements of the ISO 17534 quality assurance standard.

distributed by Softnoise

The software works well and represents our data accurately and professionally. The software is easy to use and gives us the means to display our findings in a unique way. Software like NoiseAtWork is of great value to Occupational Hygienists.

Dr. Stefan Linde, Karla Booysen, Megan Combrink, René van Zyl & Marelizé van Ree

Occupational Hygiene and Health Research Initiative, North West university – South Africa

News and updates

iNoise version 2022.1 released

iNoise version 2022.1 released

Today DGMR Software released iNoise V2022.1. In iNoise V2022.1 a number of inconveniences have been fixed. For all changes in iNoise V2022.1 see the readme file.You can download the new version at the iNoise download page.

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NoiseAtWork V2022 released

NoiseAtWork V2022 released

On 16th February 2022 we have released NoiseAtWork V2022. In this release some issues have been solved, such as a problem with some cases where contour areas with transparency were shown with darker colors than intended. Also, the NoiseAtWork...

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