Widex USA, Inc announced it will be exhibiting at the 2019 American Academy of Audiology (AAA) Conference taking place March 27-29, 2019 in Columbus, Ohio. On exhibit at Booth #1025, Widex will be offering demonstrations of Widex ENERGY CELL technology as well as the second generation Widex EVOKE.

Widex ENERGY CELL technology uses what the company says will be “the world’s smallest commercially-available fuel cell to allow wearers to reenergize their hearing devices off the grid in just 20 seconds.” The second-generation Widex EVOKE features an upgraded ZPower Rechargeable System and enhanced real-time machine learning to now work 25% faster.

“AAA is a great event each year, a place where hearing care professionals gather to learn about the latest tools, technology, events, and treatments available to help improve the lives of people with hearing loss,” said Eric Spar, senior vice president of sales, Widex USA. “We invite all of our customers, partners, and everyone in the community to come visit us at booth #1025 to see and demo our latest technology, providing superior sound quality and personalization to meet the needs of every wearer.”

Widex audiologists will also be offering daily presentations during exhibit hours to give conference participants an opportunity to earn AAA CEU credits. Class topics include: speech-in-noise performance, fine-tuning remote care, real-time machine learning with Widex EVOKE, and the future of fuel cell technology. See the full schedule of classes here.

For the audiology students in attendance, Widex USA will be hosting an exclusive happy hour on Thursday, March 28 from 4-6pm at the Widex USA booth #1025. Students will enjoy drinks and snacks, while getting a chance to socialize with fellow students and learn more about Widex technology.

For more information, please visit Widex USA at Booth #1025.

Source: Widex