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June 04, 2004— Ottawa, Ontario


IBANA-Insulating Buildings Against Aircraft NoiseNRC is open for business. To move NRC discoveries to the marketplace, we are seeking Canadian firms capable of exploiting NRC technologies and creating leading-edge commercial products.

Interested? Find out more about our market-ready technologies through our easy-to-use Web database of NRC technologies available for licensing.

The database is organized and browsable by the business sector: life sciences, information and communications technologies, manufacturing, construction and engineering, environment and aerospace. Each entry includes general information about the opportunity, the technology, the markets, the technology transfer possibilities and a point of contact.

Software for Designing Buildings to Minimize Aircraft Noise

Changing construction practices have contributed to make existing sound insulation virtually obsolete.
NRC developed a software program called IBANA-Calc to provide building designers and acoustical consultants with a tool for determining the best way to design/build a building to protect the occupants against aircraft noise.

IBANA-Calc software

Find out more opportunities like this one in our Technology Licensing Opportunities section.

Enquiries: Media relations
National Research Council of Canada

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