The Promise of Next-Generation Bluetooth® LE Audio Connectivity
- Chuck Sabin, Senior Director, Market Development, Bluetooth SIG
- Linda Kozma-Spytek, Senior Research Audiologist, Technology Access Program, Gallaudet University
Date and Time: 26 June, 4:30pm EST / 20:30 GMT
The new Bluetooth® Low Energy (LE) Audio capabilities mean another step forward in the trend toward digital technology convergence for hearing devices as they become more integrated and even unified with consumer audio devices. The promise of Bluetooth® LE Audio includes more availability, better interoperability and greater acceptance of audio accessibility across a wide range of venues, products, and services. This session will discuss the expanded capabilities of the new release of Bluetooth® LE Audio, how it is different from previous versions of Bluetooth® audio, and most importantly, the anticipated benefits to people with hearing loss.
About the Conference:
Join us June 24-26 to learn the latest about hearing health, communication access and the technologies and strategies that help people with hearing loss live well. This three-day event includes a research symposium on Hearing Care for All, and robust workshops on advances in hearing aids, accessibility through mobile devices, hearing access in the workplace and more.