Home Business News CE Today 08/17/23: News from Sennheiser, Brigade, & Lumaflex

CE Today 08/17/23: News from Sennheiser, Brigade, & Lumaflex

CE Today 08/17/23: News from Sennheiser, Brigade, & Lumaflex

Explore the latest trends and news in the CE (Consumer Electronics) Space. Stay tuned daily for more updates. 

The All-Day Clear OTC Hearing Aids by Sennheiser Are Available Now 

The Sennheiser All-Day Clear Slim OTC hearing aids alongside the All-Day Clear smartphone app. Image courtesy of Sennheiser.

Sennheiser has made their two new over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids, the All-Day Clear and the All-Day Clear Slim, available on their brand-new website.  

Both the All-Day Clear and the All-Day Clear Slim are intended for consumers with perceived mild to moderate hearing loss and are endorsed by Hearing Care Professionals. Sennheiser embedded speech enhancement and automatic environment adjustments features in the hearing aids to provide clear hearing customized to each user’s needs via the All-Day Clear mobile app. They also feature advanced hearing technology from Sonova, a global manufacturer of hearing aids.  

Sennheiser’s new OTC hearing aids differ in their designs. The All-Day Clear OTC hearing aids have a discreet design with a receiver in-ear open fit. The All-Day Clear Slim OTC Hearing Aids have a more modern feel to them with an earbud-style receiver that rests outside the ear canal. 

They can also be purchased on the new All Day Clear smartphone app, available on the App Store and Google Play store. In addition to exploring All Day Clear’s features and purchasing OTC hearing aids on these all-new resources, consumers can also gauge self-perceived mild-to-moderate hearing loss, find a local retailer for in-store pickup or delivery, and connect their purchase to hearing care professionals. 

The All-Day Clear OTC hearing aids are available at an MSRP of $1,399.95. The All-Day Clear Slim OTC hearing aids are available at an MSRP of $1,499.95. 

Brigade Electronics Unveils AI Detection Vehicle Cameras

Image courtesy of Brigade Electronics.

UK-based Brigade Electronics, a provider of vehicle safety systems, has launched its new AI cameras on the US market. These next-generation cameras are intended for use by heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) such as trucks.  

The camera utilizes AI in blind-spot protection by recognizing vulnerable road users (VRUs) in a predefined detection zone. If any potential hazards that could cause a collision are detected by the camera, the driver is alerted visually and audibly by the operating system attached to the camera. People who are detected are shown in a colored box overlayed on the HD camera image displayed to the driver on a connected Brigade monitor. 

Brigade Electronics’ AI cameras can be mounted in the front or rear of a vehicle. Installation is quick and easy. With no configuration software necessary, the Brigade Electronics AI camera is suitable for large truck fleets. Image processing is also built into the HD camera, eliminating the need for additional hardware. 

“The introduction of AI cameras in the US by Brigade Electronics is set to make a significant impact on the commercial vehicle safety landscape,” commented Thierry Bourgeay, Senior Product Manager at Brigade Electronics, in a press release. “Their advanced features and capabilities make them an invaluable tool for fleet operators and drivers, ensuring that our roads are safer and more secure than ever before.” 

Lumaflex Announces New Partnership with DEKA FIT 

Image courtesy of Lumaflex.

Healthcare startup Lumaflex has partnered with indoor fitness competition DEKA FIT by Spartan to showcase the new Lumaflex Body Pro unit at upcoming DEKA FIT events. The fitness recovery device utilizes red and infrared light to promote healing. It is also an FDA-cleared, medical class II device. 

The Lumaflex Body Pro unit is noninvasive and easy to use. Simply apply it to the intended area, attach it with the strap (available in 33-cm and 133-cm measurements), and turn it on to begin experiencing the benefits of red light. The recommended treatment time is ten minutes, but the device can be used up to four times per day. The device contains 45 dual-core LEDs that generate wavelengths of 630nm for red and 850nm for infrared light. The Lumaflex Body Pro can also connect to the Lumaflex app as a way to track recovery progress. It is on sale for $469.00.  

Lumaflex will have booths in the recovery zones at these DEKA FIT events: