Cochlear Implant Improvements
The HEARing CRC is working with Cochlear Ltd to improve the listening experience of those with cochlear implants, enhancing electrode design to improve performance.
NAL-NL2 is a hearing aid fitting formula designed to optimally adjust hearing aid settings to meet the needs of the wearer.
The HEARing CRC and the National Acoustic Laboratories have developed a world-first device called HEARLab that accurately and non-invasively measures the hearing ability of babies and adults.
Hybrid Cochlear Implant
The hybrid cochlear implant is the world’s first implantable system that combines cochlear implant and hearing aid technology.
ADRO® is a patented sound amplification method used in cochlear implants and by several hearing aid companies (including Blamey Saunders hears). The ADRO® method was developed by the then CRC HEAR (now the HEARing CRC).
SPEAR3 Research System
The SPEAR3 Research System is a speech processor developed by the CRC HEAR (now the HEARing CRC), that helps researchers assess electrical and acoustic stimulus in cochlear implants and hearing aids.
For more than 20 years, the HEARing CRC has delivered professional, hands-on cochlear implant training to surgeons, audiologists and researchers from around the world.
Trainable hearing aid
The HEARing CRC’s Self-fitting and Trainable Hearing Aids Project is exploring new hearing aid designs that allow wearers to train them for specific environments without professional assistance or access to equipment.
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