Simultaneous Translation at MIPIM: The Biggest International Event of the Year in Cannes
Simultaneous Translation at MIPIM: how to efficiently communicate in different languages at the trade show?
IoT, Connected Objects and Humans: Do We Speak the Same Language?
As a conference interpreter, I learnt a lot from the LoRaWAN World Expo in Paris, July 2022. LoraWAN sensors allow to monitor large areas and improve automated supervision in real time
Remote Simultaneous Interpreting: GreenTerp
Green Terp is a Remote Simultaneous Interpreting tool allowing conference interpreters to be virtually colocated. they can see, hear and text each other
Networking and interpreting
Interpreting only makes sense when you meet and network with other interpreters to get better
THE FRENCH RIVIERA HUB: YOUR REMOTE INTERPRETING STUDIO
The French Riviera Hub in Nice for all your multilingual virtual events
Presentation of VoiceBoxer, a Remote Simultaneous Interpreting platform
VoiceBoxer is a low key Remote Simultaneous Interpreting platform yet it is very performant
What about the role of a European Works Council?
European Works Council are a major improvement for European employers and Businesses. How to keep them up in spite of travel restrictions?
About the remote interpreting offer during the COVID-19 pandemic
Dear fellow interpreters, Some of you might have watched me
Interpreters can only get better when they fight together
Just came back from the AIICPRIMSLyon meetings. It was a two-fold series of events. First batch was open to any conference interpreter or even would-be interpreter as students were present also, in large numbers.
Remote interpreting: how does it work?
Listen, the article below is not another post about
simultaneous translation, it concerns remote interpreting. Why would I want to
tackle this topic? Because it’s hot news, people and also because I
couldn’t find anything relevant when searching the Net. Even though this technology
is fairly recent, it has already caused many controversies and rumours.
Interpreting is magic but it does require Language skills too
Interpreting is Magic …but it does require language skills too