Pierre Honoré and Michael Davis founded Interacoustics in 1967 to help hearing-impaired people, particularly children. Here, more than 50 years later, this is still at our very core when we develop new diagnostic equipment for hearing care professionals. Learn more about our history below.
Our collaboration with high-tech balance companies accelerated, allowing us to sell some of the most advanced equipment for assessment and diagnosis of vestibular disorders.
Interacoustics first audiometer was characterized by its brown wooden case, resemblant of Bang & Olufsen at the time. It measured 11 frequencies from 125-8000 Hz and included a manual and a pulsing mode. It was a very well-equipped audiometer at the time.
Pierre Honoré (Dane) and Michael Davis (American) founded Interacoustics in Assens, Denmark, selling equipment to schools for the deaf.