This technical challenge addresses preparing tools and processes for measuring community response during future overflight campaigns by a low-boom supersonic demonstrator. These technologies are key, as the data collected during the overflight campaigns will become a body of knowledge on community response to low-noise sonic booms that, upon transfer to regulators, could support a new noise standard for commercial supersonic flight over land. Such sonic boom levels achieved through new aircraft design would be dramatically quieter than those produced by the retired Concorde or by current military aircraft. The preparation for demonstration of low boom overland flight. The ultimate goal of such a demonstration will be to develop a body of knowledge on community response to low noise sonic boom that would support the development of a noise standard for supersonic cruise noise. The sonic boom noise levels that may be achieved in future designs are dramatically quieter than those produced by aircraft such as the Concorde or current military aircraft.