Sonomax and ETS establish auditory research chair

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November 29, 2010

Somomax Technologies Inc and École de Technologie Supérieure (ETS) have established an Industrial Research Chair to develop new in-ear auditory technologies. Montreal-based Somomax will provide $750,000 over five years and the chair will be held by Dr Jeremy Voix, former research director at Somomax. In addition to giving Somomax access to highly-skilled graduates and ETS' acoustical research infrastructure, the chair's objective is to give the firm direction on its long-term R&D investment for acoustical and electro-acoustical technologies. That entails combining existing in-ear technologies in one so-called bionic ear. Somomax wants to expand its market focus from industrial and military to include consumer, music and medical applications. The firm also collaborates with the Univ of Montreal's BRAS Laboratory and McGill Univ's Montreal Neurological Institute….

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