Hi, Welcome to this month’s AAVAA newsletter.

We’re excited to share our latest achievements and insights with you.

In this edition, we delve into the transformative potential of contactless devices in the workplace, as explored by our Founder and CTO, Naeem Komeilipoor in The Hearing Review, and share more features of our innovative BCI technology in the news. We proudly announce AAVAA‘s recognition by Canadian Venture News as one of Quebec’s leading consumer startups.

Stay connected with AAVAA as we continue to push the boundaries of technology and accessibility, making a meaningful impact on lives around the world.

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CONTACTLESS DEVICES: Reshaping Workplaces and Changing Lives

We’re excited to share our Founder and CTO Naeem Komeilipoor’s latest article featured in The Hearing Review. In this article, Naeem explores the transformative power of contactless devices in the workplace. These innovative solutions are revolutionizing the way we work, enhancing accessibility, hearing and productivity. At AAVAA, we’re leading the charge in creating smart, user-friendly and sustainable offerings that make life easier and more inclusive.

Discover how our cutting-edge Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) technology will streamline workflows with voice-activated devices, providing noise suppression for laser-focused concentration and enabling hands-free communication in noisy environments, among others.

For individuals with hearing impairments, contactless devices will bridge communication gaps, empowering them, and fostering a truly inclusive work environment. As we look ahead, AI’s role in taking contactless devices to the next level and sensor fusion with AI integration promise unprecedented functionality.

AAVAA’s Trailblazing Work in Brain-Computer Interfaces Featured in InfoWorld and InfoBref

We’re delighted to share that AAVAA has been featured in InfoWorld, showcasing our groundbreaking work in Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI). Naeem Komeilipoor, our CTO and Founder, sheds light on the future of computer vision and emerging technology devices.

“Brain-computer interface (BCI) technology used within an industrial setting can be a complementary approach to certain industrial computer vision use cases,” he explains. This technology, often integrated into smart glasses, offers an alternative method for tracking eye gaze without external cameras, making it invaluable in challenging conditions.

Naeem was also interviewed in InfoBref magazine and shared more about the groundbreaking innovations from AAVAA. Stay tuned as we continue to push the boundaries of technology and accessibility!

AAVAA Among Quebec’s Leading Consumer Startups Says CANADA VENTURE NEWS

We’re thrilled to announce that AAVAA has been selected as one of Quebec’s game-changing consumer startups by Canada Venture News!

This recognition of our innovation is a testament to the dedication and hard work of our team. We’re proud to be part of this vibrant entrepreneurial energy in Quebec, where innovators are tackling old and new challenges with modern solutions. Read more about the news here.

 AAVAA is Shipping Trial Devices and Meeting with Potential Partners Globally

AAVAA is now shipping trial devices of our new Headband Accessibility Developer’s Kit. Our team is also taking meetings with potential partners across the globe. If you’re interested in trying the device or setting up an in-person meeting and demo, please fill out a form at aavaa.com/products.

Our CTO is joining MEDTEQ+’s Scientific and Industrial Relevance Assessment Committee

Naeem, AAVAA’s CTO, is honored to join MEDTEQ+’s Scientific and Industrial Relevance Assessment Committee, evaluating projects submitted to MEDTEQ+ and partners. MEDTEQ+ leads Canadian health tech innovation, backed by both federal and Quebec governments, providing grants and investments to advance medical technology and healthcare integration, delivering valuable economic and societal benefits