WS Audiology is the no. 1 applicant for patents within hearing aid industry
Hearing aid company WS Audiology takes first place in the top 30 of patent applicants in conventional hearing aid technology, according to new report. The company credits its concentrated patent strategy, and now, it will also increase its patent efforts in Asian markets.
BY ALBERT RØNNING-ANDERSSON, TRANSLATED BY NIELSINE NIELSEN
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