Oticon Inc’s state-of-the-art Custom Lab operates 16 hours a day to meet customer demand for quality instruments, accuracy, and speed.

Oticon Inc, Somerset, NJ, one of the world’s oldest and most respected hearing aid manufacturers, celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. The company was founded in Copenhagen, in 1904, by Hans Demant, who was inspired by a desire to help his hearing-impaired wife and others like her. Today, Oticon provides quality, state-of-the-art hearing instruments to people worldwide, helping millions of people in more than 100 countries live the lives they want with the hearing they have.

Oticon Inc
29 Schoolhouse Rd
Somerset, NJ 08873
Phone (800) 526-3921
www.oticonus.com

At Oticon, we believe that it takes more than technology to create the best hearing care solution. That’s why we put the individual needs and wishes of people with hearing loss first in our development of new hearing care solutions. We also recognize that the success of this approach requires the hands-on dedication of another group of people—skilled hearing care professionals—to ensure that the optimum solution reaches those who need it.

At Oticon, we are committed to continuing to provide a full range of high-performance hearing solutions that reflect the most advanced technical designs and an understanding of the audiological and lifestyle needs of people with hearing loss. We will continue to develop state-of-the-art fitting systems and provide the training and support to help our customers achieve their business goals.

 Tradition of Excellence
Oticon’s strength in the United States and many markets can be directly attributed to the company’s full digital product line strategy and wealth of global development resources, including the world-renowned Eriksholm Research Center. These strengths have enabled Oticon to be the first in many areas, including the introduction of Oticon Syncro, the first hearing aid to use artificial intelligence to mimic the way the brain naturally processes sound. Oticon innovation breakthroughs include Open Ear Acoustic products that use a proprietary combination of advanced feedback cancellation, short processing delays, and automatic vent compensation to provide better perception of own voice, far less occlusion, and more natural sound quality.

Speed, Accuracy, and Consistent High Quality
Oticon Inc’s state-of-the-art Custom Lab, a 15,000-square-foot laboratory and testing facility in Somerset, NJ, operates 16 hours per day to meet customer demand for quality instruments, accuracy, and speed. Two shifts of skilled technicians and an independently certified quality assurance system are geared to delivering quality products in a wide variety of sizes and styles, customized to each practitioner’s specifications.

 A Commitment to Sharing Knowledge
At Oticon’s Human Link Conferences, hearing care professionals, leading scientists, and outside experts share news of the latest technological and audiological advances and the most successful client counseling and practice-building techniques. Throughout the year, Oticon reaches out to professionals and students through professional sections on the www.oticonus.com Web site, the audiology student summer camp, printed materials, and ongoing work with leading professional journals. In addition, Oticon audiologists travel to cities across the country conducting regional seminars and one-on-one training sessions.