Is the London Underground making the Public deaf?

EAVE are raising awareness of World Hearing Day by attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the ‘Tube Challenge’ in support of five brilliant and unique charities that help people with hearing loss. As we wish to support these charities in their work, EAVE will be matching the first £100 donated to each. We’ll also find out if riding the London Underground is making the Public deaf by measuring the noise level across the entire London Underground tube network.

New case law around 'Acoustic Shock'

A ruling in the civil courts has raised questions on the law around Acoustic Shock. A viola player who suffered a life-changing hearing injury at a rehearsal of Wagner's Die Walkure in 2012 has won a landmark High Court judgement against the Royal Opera House. The case won by Chris Goldscheider introduces new legal requirements to the music industry

London Construction Awards

EAVE are proud to announce that we have been selected as finalists in the London Construction Awards. We are in the Health and Safety Solution of the Year category following the launch of EAVE PEAK and the EAVE WORK MKI.

Southeast Construction Expo

Founder and CEO of EAVE, Dr. David Greenberg, will be discussing what role the Internet of Things can play in Health and Safety and Construction.  IoT is not just a hot topic in the technology world but is finding key applications across a range of industries……