Choosing the Right Assistive Listening Technology For Your Space
Almost 2.5 billion people worldwide will have some type of hearing loss by 2050. The need for assistive listening technology is real but which is right for you and your organization?
Choosing the Right Assistive Listening Technology for Your Space
The WHO’s 2021 World Report on Hearing estimates that about one in four people – or about 2.5 billion – worldwide will have some type of hearing loss by 2050. Global disability legislation in each country provides protections to these individuals and ensures that a building (and any services provided there) are equally accessible to everyone, including those with hearing loss.
Today, organizations have a variety of technology options to meet disability legislation requirements. But which assistive listening technology is suitable for your specific application?
In this webinar, you’ll learn the advantages and disadvantages of various Assistive Listening Systems (ALS), including:
- Wireless FM Systems
- Infrared Systems
- Induction Loop Systems, and
- Wi-Fi Technologies
Attend the webinar to discover the questions to ask to select the ALS technology, and common applications where each technology is used.
All registrants will receive a recording of the webinar
Featured PSNI Global Alliance Preferred Vendor Partner
A PSNI Global Alliance Global Preferred Vendor Partner, Williams AV offers products across five wireless communication technologies: real-time audio via Wi-Fi, digital, FM, infrared and induction loop. All five are successfully used in an array of commercial applications, including hearing assistance, language interpretation, tour, corporate, education, government and house of worship.