Pioneering zero-energy architecture is from this month housing the development of miniaturized communication and hearing protection systems for the multinational Sonova Group, helping the hearing solutions firm behind the Phonak brand meet an ambitious carbon-neutral goal.
The American Academy of Audiology (AAA) will welcome a digital international audience this Wednesday, April 14 as it commences AAA 2021 Virtual, three days of sessions and activities focusing on essential issues in hearing health today.
When is the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) going to announce its long awaited regulations on the sale of over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids? A delay until at least mid-2022—possibly longer—is now a distinct possibility.
Ole Asboe Jørgensen, President of Oticon Brand, Global, told Audio Infos Editor Peter Wix that increasing the percentage of speech cues to the brain through its Opn hearing aids was not enough for the Danish manufacturer. What More does it want by bringing deep neural networks into the frame?
One of the main things we have learned during this pandemic is resilience and rapid adaptability to change, particularly in our health systems.
The medical technology company Dreve Otoplastik has opened a new earmould laboratory to boost production numbers. The Germany-based firm also aims to set standards for digitalised processes across the industry.
Sonova’s Unitron brand has launched a new hearing aid platform—Blu—to offer users a device adaptable to varying daily sound environments.[ ... ]
Signia has announced the general availability of its Signia Active X hearing aid, featuring the brand’s innovative Dynamic Soundscape Processing, plus a stigma-busting earbud shape.[ ... ]
Phonak has extended the reach of its technology for child hearing with the release of the second generation of Roger Focus, which uses a tiny ear-level receiver that couples with any Roger microphone to bring sound from teachers or parents to children at a distance.[ ... ]