Features and benefits
We monitor the live acoustic metrics of your premises, including noise levels, audio quality for conversation, unpleasant frequencies and more. We then use these insights to help you reduce noise pollution, creating an inclusive environment where everyone feels at ease and people can have a good time for longer.
By recording historical data, you can be certain of meeting criteria for noise levels and confident about addressing any noise-related complaints. Our reports comply with the 2022 World Health Organization’s Global Standard for Safe Listening at Venues and Events – a set of guidelines for sound and acoustics in entertainment venues.
Health and wellbeing
Safe noise levels are part of your business's obligation to safeguard the wellbeing and hearing health of customers and staff – preventing issues like tinnitus, fatigue and hearing damage. Our phone notifications help you to protect people’s hearing and prevent complaints by alerting you as soon as noise levels get too high.
At the heart of Certified for Sound lie our Beacons – compact but powerful wireless sound-monitoring devices.
Wireless & designed for mounting on existing infrastructures like lighting rails, you can also simply screw or tape our Beacons onto ceiling surfaces.
Calibrated like professional sound monitoring meters used by industry experts – but at a fraction of the cost.
Secure by Design, our Beacons record sound levels in your space but never sound itself, so conversation remains private.
Beacons can integrate with any external system via our API – bringing added flexibility and control.
In 2011, Mumbli's founder Marion experienced an 80% reduction of his hearing over 6 months – at the age of just 26.
Marion Marincat founded Mumbli to help bring hearing wellness to the forefront of design.Since 2018 Mumbli has grown into a team comprising hearing psychologists, data scientists and technology experts. We’re united in our mission to support those experiencing sound sensitivity or hearing difficulties – and that’s 2 billion people worldwide.