Listen and Ampetronic Bring Auri to InfoComm 2024

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Listen Technologies and Ampetronic are bringing their full suite of solutions and a new Auracast broadcast audio-based product to booth C8935 at InfoComm 2024. Highlights include:

  • A preview of Auri, a new Auracast broadcast audio-based product Listen Technologies and Ampetronic have co-developed and plan to ship later this year.
  • A discussion about Auracast and its impact on assistive listening provision today and in the future, led by Tracy Bathurst from Listen Technologies and Julian Pieters from Ampetronic, Wednesday, June 12 at 10 a.m. in W219/W220.
  • Demonstrations of ListenWIFI, Listen Technologies’ next-gen audio over Wi-Fi solution that will begin shipping in June.
  • Opportunities to experience the full suite of Listen Technologies and Ampetronic assistive listening solutions, including ListenIR, ListenRF, ListenTALK and Hearing Loop.
  • ListenTALK will once again support all AVIXA Show Floor Tours at InfoComm.
  • “Beer and Gear” in the booth Thursday, June 13, from 3-5 p.m.

Listen Technologies and Ampetronic have more than 60 years of combined experience helping people hear better with innovative technologies and solutions. They are part of Allvida, a rapidly growing group of companies offering products and solutions for accessibility.

Listen Technologies and Ampetronic Will Preview Auri

Listen Technologies and Ampetronic will preview Auri, a new product they have co-developed. Auri is the first complete, installed assistive listening system utilizing Auracast broadcast audio, a new standard for Bluetooth Low Energy, that will transform the way hearing assistance is delivered in public spaces.

Auracast broadcast audio can broadcast audio simultaneously to an unlimited number of Auracast compatible devices. In spaces where Auracast broadcast audio is available, people with hearing aids, cochlear implants, earbuds, receivers or other devices that are Auracast compatible will be able to connect to a transmitter and receive high-quality audio without added noise or effects caused by the room environment. This will provide both improved experience and broader inclusivity.

It may take years before Auracast compatible devices are widely available and adopted. Auri is the first generation Auracast broadcast audio-based assistive listening solution that lets venues and end users access the emerging Bluetooth Low Energy Auracast market now.

Auri is expected to ship later this year.