Interpreting technology for virtual and on-site meetings
While on-site community interpreting can usually be carried out without special equipment, high-quality simultaneous interpreting requires appropriate interpreting equipment and technology. In practice, interpreting equipment and technology refers to ISO-compliant permanent or mobile interpreting booths, microphones for speakers, receivers and headphones for participants and the services of a technician.
At smaller events with fewer participants and a shorter duration, it is also possible to use portable interpreting equipment, which includes a wireless microphone and 20 headphone receivers for participants.
Now that the number of video calls, remote meetings and virtual conferences has grown exponentially, reliable remote interpreting technology has also become more widely available. Even the video communications service Zoom provides its users with a platform for simultaneous interpreting.
If you are ordering interpreting services from Delingua for the first time, we recommend reading our guide for event organisers. It provides more information about interpreting and the required technology as well as answers to frequently asked questions.
Please note that when you place an order for interpreters, it does not include interpreting equipment – it should always be ordered separately.