When staging a large conference, there is no need for booths or interpreters on-site if you use Interprefy’s solution. The delegates listen to the remote interpreting with smart devices or can use traditional radio/IR headphones. In the latter case, you are not dependent on a good Wi-Fi onsite. The example on the right shows two languages interpreted by remote interpreters.
At seminars and workshops important know-how is conveyed. The participants might have a certain understanding of the presenter’s language, but only interpreting into their mother tongue will assure a correct understanding of the matter discussed
All the coach/presenter needs is a laptop and a USB microphone. No equipment needs to be installed as participants hear the interpreter with their own smart-devices.
If board members do not share a common language or feel uncomfortable speaking a foreign language, the Interprefy platform is an excellent solution to facilitate communication and create trust. No booths take up precious space and no interpreters have to be present in the room, which gives the meeting a more private and confidential character.
The committee members can talk into a central microphone or gooseneck microphones if already installed in the room. They can listen to the interpreting either with smart devices, which can also be used as microphones if needed.
The illustration on the right shows a meeting or round-table discussion with six participants and three languages (six remote interpreters).
The Interprefy platform can handle as many languages as clients require – remote simultaneous interpreting with up to eight languages in parallel and 16 interpreters online have been tested. The following example shows a panel discussion with five languages. As often happens in situations with many languages, a relay language, usually English, is used (in red).
Press conferences are typically organised at short notice and language requirements are often not known in advance. Interpreters have to be flown in and be present just in case they are needed or people at the venue have to jump in trying to interpret doing their best.
Now you can put the stress of organizing interpreters for press events behind you!
With Interprefy’s platform you can, within hours, offer professional simultaneous interpreting at your press conference for as many languages as you want, without having to order booths or to book interpreters in advance.
Journalists will use their smart devices to listen to the interpreters and to ask questions. If needed, all communication can be automatically recorded for later use.
The following example illustrates how interpreting is provided when a sales manager and his assistant visit a client group of three. The only thing the meeting organiser needs to bring is a laptop.
In the picture on the left, the sales manager is talking and the client representatives are listening with their smartphones.
In the picture on the right, a client representative is talking and the sales manager and his assistant are listening.
A simple solution, when the speaker and the audience are moving around, is to use smart-devices for both speaker and listeners
The host can either carry a wireless hotspot or everyone connect directly to the public mobile network