Opus Technologies aims at making some noise in the ISE Amsterdam.
Opus Technologies, a French manufacturer specialized in induction loop amplifiers will present its homemade range of products at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) from the 11th to the 14th February 2020 in the RAI Amsterdam. During this display, the company will strive for a hearing accessibility integration in every public places.
Nowadays, around 15% of the population are suffering from hearing loss. Among them, one out of four uses a hearing aid. In response to this society problem, Opus Technologies provides induction loop amplifiers for reducing these inequities and promotes the accessibility for everyone in every buildings open to the public.
Opus Technologies proposes a large panel of induction loops designed for places ranging from the small reception counter to the large 2000m² room. The technology developed by the company allows hearing impaired people to perceive the sound emitted by a person, a microphone or any sound device across its hearing aids.
Initially, the 10-year-old company was focused on the French market and worked with many internationally renowned institutions such as the Louvre Museum or the Cannes Film Festival. Two years ago, Opus Technologies decided to export its production “Made in France” all around the world. Currently present in seven countries, the company will once again participate in ISE Exhibition with the declared ambition to “MAKE SOME NOISE”! Opus Technologies managers will welcome visitors and new distributors on booth N-138 in the Audio and Live Pavilion.
For further information about Opus Technologies, please check our website www.opus-technologies.com or contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.