Together we create a better quality of life

Read about how sound affects our everyday life - and how we can make it even better.

Good sound provides quality of life

The sense of hearing is one of our 5 senses and is inevitably a large part of our everyday life. Good sound and noise affect us mentally – positively and negatively. In order to ensure a better quality of life, there are still many sound-related societal challenges that still need to be solved. Here are a few examples:

  • Better care and market penetration for a fifth of the global population who suffer from hearing loss – with social exclusion and dementia as potential consequences.
  • Improved indoor acoustics in workplaces, public institutions and in homes - to increase well-being and productivity.
  • Reduction of noise pollution in urban areas – for everyone's physical and mental health.
  • Improved sound experiences in homes, cars, theaters, festivals, art, ed tech, museums, telephone and web meetings - for well-being and good communication.

We present some of these challenges continuously on this page - as inspiration for new innovation, collaborations and project opportunities.

Reduction of noise pollution

At least one in five people in the EU is exposed to a level of traffic noise that is considered harmful to health. How do we solve that challenge?

Treatment of hearing loss

According to the WHO, one in five in the world suffers from hearing loss – with social exclusion and dementia as potential consequences. How do we ensure better remediation and market expansion?

Good indoor acoustics

Good acoustics have a positive effect on our physical and mental well-being as well as on our ability to communicate and perform tasks effectively.

Good sound is a human right

Once you have sharpened your listening skills, you discover the importance of good sound. In fact, it can become such a big realization that the right to good sound becomes a calling 🙂

Sound Creates Health

Solutions are needed that can open up better lives for people with dementia, together with their families, relatives and healthcare providers. Sound and music have proven to be the key.

Danish Sound Cluster

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