We work with select equipment providers to provide you with a one-stop solution for interpreting equipment. This may include ISO 4043-certified interpreting booths on site, at an ancillary venue, at a remote interpreting hub or on the other side of the globe. We help you find a solution that suits your specific needs. To us, successful conference communication requires both GDPR-/ISO-compliant working standards and professional, tried and tested and reliable equipment.
Some video conferences and hybrid events also rely on interpreting equipment. The same goes for studio (or hub-) based remote interpreting. This setting requires technical guidance, a redundant internet connection, and end-to-end support from test call throughout the meeting. Event coordinators, technical hosts and video directors can be a good idea to have on board.
When deciding where to set up an interpreting booth you should make sure that interpreters have unobstructed view of the stage. You might also want to check whether your venue can provide a sound system with mixer, or whether you need to book this yourself.