Deeply involved: Sarah Downing is an audiologist and works as Senior Manager of Clinical Development and Education at the Advanced Bionics headquarters in Valencia, Southern California. She helps with the development of innovative cochlear implant systems for Sonova's Advanced Bionics brand.
Sonova is successfully driving the development of innovative hearing solutions in its globally unique research center in the USA, where research audiologists assess the effectiveness of hearing aid technology in the exact acoustic conditions in which the various devices will be used.
The 2015 International Congress of Hearing Aid Acousticians (EUHA) in Nuremberg is the latest opportunity for Sonova to present a broad range of new hearing solutions from all its product brands. CEO Lukas Braunschweiler introduces the key highlights, and shows how customers can enjoy real benefits from Sonova’s great strength in innovation.
At the beginning of this millennium, Sonova was one of the first companies in the world to employ innovative 3D printing technology for production. Today, 3D printing has long been the standard at Sonova: All shells and earpieces for hearing aids are produced using 3D printers.
Sonova is the leading manufacturer of innovative hearing care solutions. Through our core business brands Phonak, Unitron, Advanced Bionics and Connect Hearing we offer our customers one of the most comprehensive product portfolios in the industry – from hearing aids to cochlear implants to wireless communication solutions. The Sonova group is currently present in over 90 countries across the globe and has a workforce of over 10,000 dedicated employees.