Let's talk AutoSense OS™ today and why Phonak has the most effective automatic system.
We have put AutoSense OS through the paces and initiated a multitude of studies to look into its performance not only under laboratory conditions but also in real-life situations and, in comparison to other competitive systems.
In this edition, you will find the scientific evidence that shows the power and benefits of AutoSense OS.
AutoSense OS — Understanding automatic systems
The recently launched Phonak platform Belong runs on our enhanced operating system AutoSense OS.
Watch this video to find out how AutoSense OS works.
The Phonak Audiology Research Center (PARC) just completed a study to better understand the capabilities of AutoSense OS, as compared to other automatic systems. Of special interest was how each system affected performance in different real-world situations. For a look behind the scenes of the PARC study, watch the research protocol video.
Results showed that the average speech recognition performance is consistently highest with Phonak AutoSense OS.
More evidence on AutoSense OS:
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Studies and findings
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"I am now able to hear birds and forest noises. I was not able to hear this with my previous hearing aids", says one of the participants in the SoundRecover2 for severe to profound hearing loss study.
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