Founded in 2015, Orosound is a technology company world-renowned for its excellence in acoustics, signal processing and edge AI: the brand owns the patented TILDE® VOICE FIRST technology. This promising new player offers unique office headsets manufactured in France. Along with its top of the range headphones, Orosound develops breakthrough technologies to be embedded in consumer brand products.
A TOP AUDIO TECHNOLOGY COMPANY
R&D FOR DNA
Orosound was brought to life by Eric Benhaim, a noted expert in Artificial Intelligence and signal processing, and Pierre Guiu, whose reputation was forged within the biggest audio brands in Asia and Europe. The business partners have been working for years to build France’s industrial future.
They founded Orosound in 2015 with the desire to place R&D at the heart of the corporate strategy. The team made up of 80% engineers develops high-performance audio technologies and products for Orosound, but also for the biggest technology and luxury brands on the market.
DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING IN FRANCE
A CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT APPROACH
After demonstrating its know-how with a first product manufactured in Shenzhen, Orosound changed its industrial strategy in 2018. The technology company relocated most of its headsets’ production in France.
By taking up this great challenge, Orosound wants to contribute to the structuring of the French electronics industry. This strategic approach is a choice that matches the core value of the company, its partners and clients.
MINDFUL SOCIAL & ENVIRONMENTAL APPROACH
Orosound offers exceptional listening experiences to all generations around the world, by developing technologies adapted to different sound perception and sensitivity.
Its products are designed with a social and environmental approach. Particular attention is paid to carbon footprint and sustainability through relocation to France and wear parts replaceability.
The tech company is also committed to promoting the profession of acoustician among women who are still under-represented in this sector. Orosound offers a scholarship to female electro-acoustics students at the University of Le Mans since 2019.