ATLAS Resonate
Online  Self-Analysis Tool

for personalized listening wellness 


Android App in development


  • dB level from headphone, environment

  • Safe Listening Time estimate

  • Safe Listening Tip


  • Free features, plus…

  • Exposure logging

  • History: Daily, Weekly, personal Dashboard

  • Reminders to check exposure

  • Self-Analysis Online Tool

Safe Listening Times can be surprisingly low for some everyday sounds 

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decrease rapidly (logarithmically) above 'safe' decibel (dB)

Normal talk (~ 70 dB)

SLT: Whole day

Headphones, Traffic, Lawn mower, Sports, Movies, Motorcycle (80-110 dB)

SLT: 6 hr - 10 min

Ambulance, Sirens (110-129 dB)

SLT: 2 min

Fireworks, Jet taking off (130-160 dB)

SLT: 1-0 min

References below

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 Daily Sound Exposure 

is a sum of both headphone and environment sources

Depends on exposure dBs and exposure duration


There are Standards for Safe Listen dose 


Environment: CDC-NIOSH, OSHA

Headphone: WHO-ITU 

Military:  Hearing Center of Excellence

References below

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is important for lifelong hearing health management


Understand your hearing essentials

Know your Modifiable and Unmodifiable risk factors

Take steps to self-manage

hearing health:





References below

With ATLAS Resonate App + Online Tool


Monitor your listening 

Environment dB through your phone microphone, watch


Headphone dB when you connect to your headphones 

dBs are not linked to you to maintain privacy

Do a spot-check or log your exposure durations to cover your whole day

Get color-coded safe listen times  

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Make safe listening choices


Get color-coded outcomes of your daily and weekly exposures 

Check your personal dashboard on your last logged measurement 


Get tips on safe listening and App use  

Get reminders to check your exposure


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Self-Management Online Tool ​

App Onboarding, Privacy, Cybersecurity information

Guides and Tools to understand your hearing profile

Know and manage your unmodifiable and modifiable risks

Check and monitor your listening profile

Stay current on reliable and relevant hearing health information


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Easy to use App features      

Use directions and user support


Banner notifications without need to open App


Battery use minimization by unique sampling technique

Computations follow Standards adapted for personal use


Environmental sound: US OSHA - Permissible Exposure Level*

Headphone soundWHO-ITU H.870 global standard for safe listening devices/systems

Both standards address noise limits from CDC-NIOSH and Military 

Information reliability: Verification and Validation of computations per FDA standards

Information safety: ​​Privacy and Cybersecurity per FDA standards

App details presented to : FDA, ITU, Military 

*: Not for use as Occupational Sound Level Meter

Regulatory interactions, Publications, Presentations and Patent

FDA: Q-Submission discussion


National Safety Council, North East Conference display, 2022

​Integrating User Voice in Hearing Care with Focus on Off-Duty Warfighter Military Medicine 2021 

Global Safe Listening Solution. Pitch Finalist. ITU Digital World, E-Health, 2020

Development of Hearing Technology with Personalized Safe Listening Features. IEEE, 2019 

Development of Hearing Technology with Safe Listening Features (Young Author Award). ITU Kaleidoscope, 2019

Integrating User Voice in Hearing Care with Focus on Young Adult Warfighter (poster). Military Health System Research Symposium. 2019


International Patent System PCT (pending): Method for safe listening and user engagement 


CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

FDA: Food and Drug Administration

EPA: Environmental Protection Agency

NIDCD: National Inst. of Deafness and other Communication Disorders 

NIOSH-REL: National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Recommended Exposure Level

OSHA-PEL: Occupational Safety and Health Administration, PEL: Permissible Exposure Level

DoD-HCE: Dept.of Defense - Hearing Center of Excellence

US Preventive Services Task Force

WHO: World Health Organization, World Report on Hearing

WHO-ITU H.870: WHO-International Telecommunications Union, Guidelines for safe listening devices/systems"