An advanced diagnostic audiometer, capable of performing fast and accurate air, bone and speech audiometric exams, including free field. Impressive features combined with ease of use make Harp the ideal choice for a wide range of users, from private doctors to hospitals and clinics.
The models: Harp is available in two configurations to suit different user needs: Basic and Plus.
An advanced clinical audiometer featuring a complete battery of tests, including High Frequency, easily managed via the wide touch screen colour display. Advanced features, supreme flexibility and extreme simplicity of use make Piano the ideal choice for clinics and hospitals, as well as for professional practitioners who demand the very best from their instruments. Piano is available in two configurations to suit different user needs: Basic and Plus.
“Basic” model : The Basic model provides familiar manual and automated pure tone audiometry and speech audiometry, as well as ABLB, Tone Decay, SISI, Difference Limen Intensity (DLI), Monaural Loudness Balancing (MLB) and Stenger tests and includes a 2 channels Master Hearing Aid.
“Plus” model: The Plus model offers all the features of the Basic, plus Multi Frequency, High Frequency, Bekesy and Masking Level Difference (MLD) exams.
A screening/diagnostic audiometer, capable of performing fast and accurate air and bone audiometric exams. Simple operation, a user-friendly interface and easy portability make Bell the ideal instrument for private clinics, multi-specialist clinics and occupational medicine applications.
Otovation announces development of a Remote Service that will enable hearing health care professionals to perform remote hearing diagnostic and patient counseling across the Internet!
Otovation Announces Initiative for Remote Diagnostics and Patient Counseling
King of Prussia, PA — April 12, 2011 — Otovation today announced its RemotEAR initiative, an upcoming service that enables hearing care professionals to perform remote hearing diagnostics and patient counseling across the Internet. RemotEAR is scheduled to be launched this fall, and will be an affordable service that enables audiologists, hearing aid dispensers, occupational health testers, researchers and other hearing care professionals to administer a complete diagnostic exam and counseling session with a patient at a remote office location. The RemotEAR offering is based on a series of U.S. patents that Otovation licensed from East Carolina University (ECU), that were developed beginning in the late 1990’s by Dr. Gregg Givens, Chair of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at ECU.
The RemotEAR technology enables the hearing care professional to perform a patient exam and provide face-to-face counseling with the patient using videoconferencing and remote desktop technology. The diagnostic exam can consist of audiometry, tympanometry, video otoscopy, and otoacoustic emissions among other types of tests. Use of RemotEAR requires only a high-speed connection to the Internet, and can also be utilized in a local-area or wide-area network environment. The service enables the hearing care professional to control the diagnostic exam with the help of an assistant at the remote office where the patient is located, and provides a secure and robust set of features for managing the patient care process.
Dave Davis, CEO and founder of Otovation commented, “We’ve been working with ECU and Dr. Givens for some time now on the development of the RemotEAR technology model, and we are very pleased to be able to bring this new and innovative type of service to the hearing care market. More than ever, busy hearing care professionals are challenged to deliver high-quality diagnostic services in remote and difficult to reach geographic areas, and RemotEAR is a unique solution to help bridge these time and distance issues. Telemedicine has been in use for various medical specialties since the early 1990’s, and we think that a robust but affordable tele-audiology implementation like this is an idea whose time has come. We’re working hard to ensure that RemotEAR meets the clinical needs of hearing care professionals, and yet can be offered as a very affordable subscription-based service to enable everyone to make use of it. We always look for innovative ways to improve how and where hearing care can be delivered, and we believe that RemotEAR will provide new and exciting opportunities to extend the care delivery model and improve patient care.”
A beta program for RemotEAR will launch later this spring, and Otovation expects the service to go live by fall 2011. For more information on this innovative new service, please contact Dave Davis at Otovation. As always, visit Otovation’s website for information on our line of market-leading products (www.otovation.com). In Canada, contact AIM Instrumentation for Sales Service!
Otoport Service Pack 1 is an update for your Otoport or Otocheck which will add new features and fix issues. It ensures that you have the latest firmware for your Otoport and the latest Otolink PC software.
Otoport Service Pack 1 is free of charge and includes:
* A new version of Otolink to install on your PC
* New firmware for your Otoport or Otocheck
* Full update instructions and a Help menu
* Details of what the Service Pack contains for your Otoport or Otocheck
* New product manuals
The Service Pack update is simple to install. Just visit the Otodynamics website to download or Contact your nearest AIM office for assistance. AIM is a proud supplier of Otodynamics products.
This audiometer model builds on the innovative design of our M1, and adds hearing instrument programming for Widex hearing aids. The wireless operation and unique form make it easy and convenient for both the hearing aid dispenser and the patient.
The M2 can be operated within NOAH to provide a complete diagnostic testing and fitting process for the following Widex hearing aid families: Passion 440, mind 440, mind 330, Passion 115, Passion 110, Passion 105, Inteo, AIKIA, Flash, REAL, Senso, Bravo, and Bravissimo.
King of Prussia, PA – November 1, 2010 — Otovation, a leading provider of innovative diagnostic products for the hearing care industry, is pleased to announce the release of version 1.3 of its Symphony software. Symphony is a robust and full-featured software suite distributed with the company’s Amplitude T-Series and OTOPod audiometers.
Symphony 1.3 adds significant new features:
including various enhancements for speech testing. Following is a recap of some of the features in the new version for both Symphony and Symphony NOAH Module software:
Increased maximum output levels for tone and speech testing
Supports 1 dB and 2 dB step levels for pure tone and speech testing
Supports both speech graph and table data formats
Supports phoneme and keyword scoring as well as whole word
Supports up to 9 WRS scores
Provides the ability to plot WRS and SRT curves
Provides the ability to define and display multiple speech norm curves
Displays individual word lists and corresponding scores
Additional report customization to support regional preferences
Ability to copy prior test results to a new test session
Output reports to PDF format for subsequent input to EMR and other systems
Improved calibration reminders
Dave Davis, founder and President of Otovation commented, “We’ve worked hard to implement a variety of new features in Symphony, and have added significant new capabilities to speech testing, results reporting, and in a number of other areas. We’ve also focused on making Symphony even easier to use and faster and more efficient for our customers. This new version of Symphony is a shining example of how we listen to our customers and always endeavor to meet their needs.”
The new version of Symphony and Symphony NOAH Module software is now available, and is included with all new OTOPod and Amplitude T-Series audiometers.
Contact AIM Technologies for more information on acquiring and upgrading to Symphony 1.3. or call us toll-free in the USA at 1-800-444-9386 for information on how to purchase Otovation products.