Phonak wins three categories at the Hearing Technology Innovator Awards(TM)

Roger On™, Phonak Audéo Life™ and Serenity Choice™ are recognized for technological innovation and performance in the hearing aid industry

STÄFA, SWITZERLAND / ACCESSWIRE / October 21, 2022 / Phonaka global leader in life-changing hearing solutions, today announced it has been recognized in three different categories at the third annual Hearing Technology Innovator Awards™.

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Through the annual awards program, Hearing Health & Technology Matters (HHTM) recognizes technological innovation and achievement in the hearing aid industry. This year’s awards program included dozens of innovative technologies submitted by companies from around the world in eight categories.

Roger On wins Best Personal Hearing Aid (Remote Mic Technology)

Roger On is a remote microphone for hearing aid and cochlear implant users specifically designed to improve speech understanding in challenging situations such as background noise and over long distances. It combines hearing performance, ease of use and versatility in a stylish remote microphone that can be used in virtually any listening situation.

Audéo Life wins Best Hearing Aids (RIC)

Audéo Life is the world’s first waterproof rechargeable hearing aid. Audéo Life hearing aids feature universal connectivity with multi-active Bluetooth® Connections, true hands-free calls, tap control for easy access to voice assistants and more. Audéo Life hearing aids are more durable thanks to a Parylene coating that acts as a seal.

Serenity Choice Wins Best Listener Retention (Acoustic)

Serenity Choice is a high-end consumer hearing protection product. As the trusted name in professional hearing protection, Serenity Choice’s expanded portfolio includes six products for diverse consumer hearing protection and comfort applications including sports, music, sleep, flying, hunting/shooting, and work with tailored tailoring solutions for every life situation. The custom versions also include protection for flying and swimming.

“The goal of the Innovator Awards is to recognize the organizations and people who bring new hearing aid ideas to life,” said Jerry DeRosa, Chair of the 2022 Awards program. “Technology developed by companies like Phonak helps drive innovation throughout the industry.”

“Roger On, Audéo Life and Serenity Choice are great examples of our very broad range of products. These awards demonstrate our commitment to innovation not only in hearing solutions but also in hearing protection,” said Jon Billings, Vice President of Phonak Marketing. “This recognition is very enriching for our teams and can only encourage us to continue striving for excellence.”

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About Phonak

life goes on. Since 1947, Phonak has been committed to improving the quality of life for people with hearing loss. Seventy-five years later, our passion for developing life-changing hearing solutions that help people grow physically, socially and emotionally remains. By offering the broadest portfolio of hearing solutions in the industry, we are committed to creating a world where “life goes on” for everyone. At Phonak, innovation is not limited to products. We work to change the way people talk about hearing loss. We do this by fighting the stigma of hearing aids and creating an understanding of how hearing is connected to the broader context of healthy living.

About the Hearing Technology Innovator Awards

The Hearing Technology Innovator Awards™ is an international awards program designed to recognize and celebrate innovation in the hearing aid industry. Learn more at

About HHTM

Hearing Health & Technology Matters (HHTM) provides timely information and vivid insights for everyone caring for hearing loss. Readers and contributors come from many sectors of the hearing field, including practitioners, researchers, manufacturers, educators and most importantly, consumers with hearing loss and those who love them. By engaging all of these groups, we hope to close the knowledge gaps that so often separate them. To learn more, visit

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