Cirrus Research keeps foot on the pedal with exciting summer plans!

14 August 2019

SUMMER IS finally here and organisations are winding down for a well-deserved break from what has been quite an interesting few months in the world of business. Here at Cirrus Research, we're far from taking our foot off the gas pedal, as we're already making exciting plans for the rest of the year.

We've recently agreed to a technical marketing partnership to support the Motorsport News Circuit Rally Championship. In conjunction with Specsavers, Cirrus will be offering expert advice on how to effectively test vehicle noise to guarantee regulatory compliance. The championship's scrutineers will be using state-of-the-art Cirrus noise monitoring equipment at each stage of the competition, to ensure that competing vehicles are safe for the occupants, spectators and environment.

Our partnership will also see Specsavers attend all eight rounds of the championship to provide free hearing and sight tests for drivers, navigators and spectators. This agreement will help raise the profile of health and safety in the sport and the impact that noise can have on people's lives.

On the back of our plans with Motorsport News and Specsavers, we've also decided to help other industries identify potential noise risks in their workplaces. We're currently offering an initial two-hour noise survey for just £229, which will provide you with an initial risk qualification report, highlighting potential areas of concern. 

With the downtime that the summer brings, we thought it would be the perfect opportunity for you to have your instruments calibrated. For a limited time, we're offering UKAS calibration for both sound level meters and acoustic calibrators for just £399; that's a significant saving of £254!

As well as the excitement above, our engineering team is working hard to make noise measurement more straightforward and more accessible than ever before. We now offer Bluetooth®-enabled instruments that can be used through your smartphone! Both our Optimus+ range of sound level meters and our doseBadge5 noise dosimeters support Bluetooth connections to iOS and Android devices through their respective apps, dBActive and dBLink. Using Bluetooth with these instruments means that they can be controlled remotely and measurement data can be viewed, without interfering with the meter's readings. 

If you want to learn more about our summer offers, then head over to

For more information about our partnership with Motorsport News and Specsavers, you can read the full press release here:

And to learn more about our Bluetooth-enabled products, visit