Listen Technologies, a leading provider of assistive listening products for 20 years, has entered into a technology agreement with Walt Disney Parks and Resorts to utilize Disney SyncLinkTM Technology in its award-winning, portable, two-way communication product ListenTALK.
Disney SyncLinkTM Technology is a suite of products, goods, services and methods that enable companies to provide their teams and clients with unique experiences, coupling critical and timely information, in a controlled manner. ListenTALK features a wireless, pocket-sized device that makes it easy for groups of two or more people to listen and talk with the push of a button. It is ideal for noisy, crowded and/or mobile environments such as plant tours, theme park tours, mobile training and assistive listening.
ListenTALK Featuring Disney SyncLinkTM Technology will offer users a new level of connectivity and ease of use by providing a seamless experience enabling the connection of the right information, at the right time and place, to the right person.
“Listen Technologies is excited to join in this technology partnership agreement with Disney and to license the use of advanced Disney SyncLinkTM Technology in a product that has proven to be a game changer for portable communications,” said Russ Gentner, president and CEO, Listen Technologies.
Listen Technologies is committed to providing outstanding user experiences and is continually developing technology and seeking partnership opportunities that foster human connection and engagement through the delivery of clear, intelligible sound. “Disney SyncLinkTM Technology is enabling Listen Technologies to take ListenTALK to the next level in offering seamless portable two-way communications,” added Gentner.
“We believe it is our responsibility to share our safety and accessibility know-how and technology with companies and agencies around the world to help enhance safety and accessibility for everyone. We are pleased to license Disney SyncLinkTM Technology to Listen Technologies for use in its ListenTALK mobile communication product in the continuation of this effort,” said Greg Hale, Chief Safety Officer and Vice President for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.