A noise map provides a total overview of the amount of noise in an environment. This makes clear how much impact important noise sources have on an area. This concerns, for example, roads, train- and plane traffic and industry. A noise map in itself says nothing about the allowed amount of noise. That is listed in sound registers. Municipalities and provinces all have noise maps made and published. There may also be an another reason for requiring such an overview. KGI produces the most well-arranged noise maps, which are created through careful measurements. We attach great importance to the presentation of this data. In addition, we are the walking encyclopaedia when it comes to the subject of sound.