Signia has been confirmed as an innovation leader in audiology with the announcement that it has been selected as an Honoree in three different product categories of the CES 2017 Innovation Awards. The awards celebrate outstanding product design and engineering in brand-new consumer technology products.
Signia’s myHearing smartphone app has been selected as an Innovation Awards Honoree in the Software and Mobile Apps product category. myHearing is the patient-facing element of the revolutionary Signia TeleCare solution – a breakthrough innovation setting new standards in hearing care. TeleCare enables Hearing Care Professionals to continuously monitor the personal progress of a new wearer, communicate with them e.g. via text or voice CareChat, and, if necessary, provide certain setting changes remotely via Signia TeleLink technology. Find out more about TeleCare and myHearing. ( https://www.signia-pro.co.nz/telecare/ )
Picking up two awards is Signia’s Cellion primax – the world’s first contact-free rechargeable hearing aid with a lithium-ion power cell. Cellion has been selected as an Innovation Awards Honoree in the Eco-Design and Sustainable Technologies product category as well as the Accessible Tech product category. The new device saves hundreds of batteries, which are normally required during the service life of a hearing aid. Its power cell provides listening pleasure for up to two days on a single charge and can be fully recharged in just four hours. Find out more about Cellion’s revolutionary battery-free hearing. ( https://www.signia-pro.co.nz/cellion-primax/ )
We premiered both of these groundbreaking products based on our proven primax platform at the EUHA congress in October 2016.