Designed to keep your brain from leaving meetings before you do, EPOS Meeting Room Solutions help participants stay focused for improved performance.

Inspired by the ever-transforming modern working environment, EPOS announced its latest range of Meeting Room Solutions, aimed at reducing cognitive overload and keeping employees focused and productive in meetings. With all products – video and audio solutions – being designed for your brain, EPOS enables users on both sides of virtual meetings to communicate better.

Thanks to the global adoption of hybrid working practices, meetings with both virtual and physical participants have become the new normal. However, the human brain is not designed to process this type of cluttered sound environment. A combination of voices from both people in the room and speakerphones can increase cognitive efforts for both sides of the meeting, resulting in a loss of concentration, difficulties in maintaining focus, increased stress, and an overall negative impact on productivity.

Based on the core insight that we hear with our ears but listen with our brain, EPOS audio and video solutions built on EPOS BrainAdapt™ technology provide the best conditions for the user’s brain, leading to better performance and improved communication throughout the workday.

Based on decades of psychoacoustic research from parent company and world-leading hearing healthcare and technology group, Demant, EPOS builds on more than a decade researching how hearing impacts our brain, resulting in the creation of EPOS BrainAdaptTM. As the company’s scientific approach to product development, EPOS BrainAdaptTM is a group of pioneering technologies that work together to improve cognitive performance.

With rich data from world-leading hearing healthcare research on how and when the brain performs best, EPOS has used unique algorithms and acoustics to develop its products. Headsets, speakerphones, and video bars that are built on EPOS BrainAdaptTM technology are designed to support the brain’s natural way of processing sound, enabling businesspeople and gamers to achieve more with less brain energy spent.