What our customers are saying
St Ives Gold Mine
The main motivation behind using Sensear initially was the ability to provide speech enhancement allowing for communication in noisy environments while providing protection from noise, especially for persons suffering from a hearing loss. The benefits for using this technology with persons suffering from hearing loss were to reduce their frustration with communication issues and feelings of isolation. Since then many other areas have been identified which would benefit from the use of Sensear.
Kylie Hooker - Occupational Hygienist - Gold Fields - St Ives Gold Mine
Australian Antarctic Division, Antarctica
The AAD is a very pro active safety orientated organisation and hearing protection is just one of a number of our most critical safety considerations in everything we do. So we looked at what the major aviation industry players were using and found that Sensear had an OHS compliant product we considered worth investigating and discovered that the ability to trial the Sensear units before investing in equipment that might potentially be unsuitable to our requirements was available and appealed to us.
Micky Loedeman Ground Support Supervisor - Aviation -Australian Antarctic Division Dept. of Environment, Water, Heritage & the Arts
Executive Flight Centre
I needed both effective hearing protection and the ability to communicate with people out on the ramp face to face and also the ability to communicate on two way radios effectively. On top of that, we also have a requirement to talk on our cell phones.
Mike Demers – Executive Flight Centre - Canada
San Diego Police Department
The police officers considered that the Sensear device provided as close to a normal situation as one could expect in high noise situations with the added benefit of situational awareness that ensured their safety and their ability to do their job and communicate more effectively.
Lieutenant Andrew Hoffman, San Diego Police Department, Special Events Division
It works quite simply - we can hook up a two way radio, keep communicating, keep listening to the different noises from the TMR which is the key indicator for when something is going wrong, and at the end of the day feel confident that we have provided great hearing protection, clear communication and situational awareness.
Nick Wheatley, Dorrien Designs (Track Maintenance Consultants) for Queensland Rail