The 2020 What's Next Longevity Venture Summit Innovation Challenge is hosted by Mary Furlong & Associates and sponsored by AARP Innovation Labs.
"How can new, disruptive solutions drive adoption and usage of hearing aids by the millions of hearing impaired in the USA?"
- Limited to startup companies with less than $500,000 in annual revenue
- Limited to startup companies who have raised a maximum of $5M in investor funding
- Must apply by February 18, 2020, 11:59 PM PST
- Finalists will be chosen and notified by May 1, 2020 and must be available to make a live streaming presentation on June 25 at the What’s Next Longevity Venture Summit.
About the Finalists
Here are the Finalists for The 2020 What's Next Longevity Venture Summit Innovation Challenge:
AudioCardio is a data and science backed mobile app that assesses your hearing and generates a personalized sound therapy (inaudible) designed to maintain and improve your hearing ability.
Active Life Hearing Loops, LLC
We design and install systems for clear, universally compatible one-to-many communications from venue audio systems directly to the hearing aids of audience members.
Alango — Wear & Hear
Personalizable self-tuned hearing amplifier with Bluetooth and Telecoil support and assistive listening capabilities.
Increasing access to leading hearing care and devices through our network of home-call audiologists and website.
Asius Technologies, LLC
We have patented a bubble like airbag that attaches to any hearing aid and gently connects the hearing aid to the ear canal to provide a comfortable fit with unmatched sound quality.
Singular Hearing, Inc
HeardThat is a hearing assistive smartphone app that uses the power of machine learning to help people hear speech better in noisy social situations.