Future Friday

Future Friday at the EUHA Congress – Fast-track presentations, events and lectures

The 64th International Congress of Hearing Aid Acousticians has a special highlight to offer this year: "Future Friday" – a day exclusively dedicated to forward-looking topics focussing on hearing aid technology. The European Union of Hearing Aid Acousticians (EUHA) and the German Hearing Aid Industry Association (BVHI) will be presenting free information on innovative issues, trends, and future developments. Trade fair visitors and conference delegates will have a chance to participate in these events on Friday, 18 October 2019, running at the same time as the Congress lecture programme.

A number of exhibitors will be offering fast-track presentations at their stands in the trade exhibition during the morning, featuring, for instance, subjects such as latest-generation energy cell technology, eAudiology, bone-conduction hearing systems, or modern sensor technology. 

For all those who have the time, exhibitors will be offering information on "Strong and loyal customer relations: A factor of success for the future, too?", "The gateway to health, wellness & information", or a "Brain-controlled hearing aid". 

As soon as the trade exhibition closes on Future Friday at 2 p.m., the focus will be on the presentations and workshops offered free of charge by the hearing aid industry. These events will be running concomitantly with the regular conference programme. The forward-looking presentations cover innovations, sketch visions, and introduce new issues such as artificial intelligence, bimodal hearing solutions, or remote fine-tuning. There will be plenty of opportunity to deal with innovative ideas on Friday afternoon. 

The Future Friday program will be available soon via the EUHA App! Banner Download

Future Friday in brief

Morning: fast-track presentations at the trade exhibition
Morning: events at the stands
Afternoon: presentations and workshops (free of charge)

Opening times of the trade exhibition: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Lecture programme: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.