There are plenty of options to develop and invent, be successful, and change the world for the better.
Being ahead of the game
Building hearing instruments is a complex art. It requires multiple engineering skills, so we establish an interdisciplinary team for each project. With every new product, we improve on a number of aspects and each time we find new ways to make a better device for people who are hard of hearing. As soon as our teams join together, new ideas and approaches are discussed, sometimes even tried out on the spot.
And since we are a curious group of people, we are always looking to answer certain questions to further innovate: How can a hearing aid become a digital health assistant? How can we create products that are both desirable and convenient? How can we make sure that our charging solutions are the best? And how can we emphasize the joy in listening again – the very best way, and from the very beginning?
Our latest world’s firsts
Development has long been, and will continue to be, Sivantos’ top priority. We provide world’s first leading innovations in audiology, aesthetics, connectivity, rechargeability, usability, workflow, and more.
Building our own chip, we can do what others can’t.
We have achieved many “world’s firsts”, including the first hearing aid featuring a wireless ear to ear link. Most recently, we have launched the first SLIM-RIC HEARWEAR™. We call it Styletto, and it combines high-tech hearing with style. What other world’s firsts will we create? Stay tuned to find out!
Erlangen Colloquium 2019
A high-caliber and inspiring science conference that provides key opinion leaders with a unique opportunity to share knowledge, strengthen networks, and be inspired by the latest research.
The “Erlanger Kolloquium for audiological research and development” takes place every year in February in Erlangen.
Making Waves in the Scientific Community
Interested in seeing which exciting events our employees have attended around the world?
Flip through these slides for an inside look at where and how they’ve shared their knowledge and expertise with the global scientific community and public.
Watch these videos to get to know us a bit more.
Get to know our laboratories
Some quick facts
engineers inventing the future
in Erlangen and Singapore
hearing aid inventions
active R&D projects