On the day of the event, we will be there from start to finish, installing, testing and monitoring the event throughout.
The interpreters provide remote simultaneous interpretation via our Congress Remote Interpretation platform from anywhere in the world. Delegates will hear an almost instantaneous audio translation of your event live on their smartphone or headset using the software.
Our team will check and test the venue connection or presenter remote participation, liaise and train the interpreters, and configure all languages on our Congress Remote Interpretation platform prior to your event.
Next, we determine the equipment type for your event i.e. cloud-based, traditional or hybrid. This will all depend on the remote location of your interpreter. Read more about equipment types here
We start by discussing the details of your event i.e. date and venue location, number of languages and number of delegates
For large scale virtual conference meetings. This interface is useful for sessions with more than three remote speakers. Classroom mode also offers Chairman functionality, allowing the user to have full control of the conference. They can:
For virtual conference meetings, with a maximum of six remote speakers. Users can use numerous tools such as screen sharing, event chats and private chats between users.
For a conference with an onstage speaker. This interface offers the highest possible resolution video as it is designed to stream video from an external camera and sound from an on-site AV system.
Audience members may use their smartphones, tablets and/or laptops via Wi-Fi or mobile data networks to listen to the human interpreters working in real-time. Members of the audience may also use traditional headsets with standard IR Receivers.
Interpreters use personal laptops / desktops to receive the video and audio streams from the event. They interpret the language then stream the interpreted audio into the appropriate language channels on the platform. Interpreters can chat between themselves and also with the technician.
The Chairperson has full control in managing the meeting on the Congress Remote Interpretation platform. Functionality allows control to mute or unmute users’ microphone, change users’ incoming and outgoing channels and log users out.
Presenters usually use a laptop to create a video and audio source stream. They can also see the video and audio from the other presenters. This combined stream goes to interpreters and other users. They also have access to live chat functions for public or private chat if they choose to stay muted.