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Addressing the growing demand in hybrid and online conferencing tools, the AIIC Technical And Health Committee has released a list of recommended headsets for Remote Simultaneous Interpretation (RSI). This list provides guidance to all stakeholders involved in the interpretative process: speakers, conference interpreters, consultant interpreters, event organisers and technical staff. 

What makes a good headset?

In determining which headsets make the continuously updated list, AIIC’s Technical and Health Committee (THC)  looks at requirements set out in applicable ISO Standards, research findings and the results of test sequences with cloud-based Remote Simultaneous Interpretation services, conducted by AIIC-commissioned experts. THC is constantly scanning the market for products, platforms and services that can meet their needs. 

See The Full List At aiic.net

 

Are you taking your event online?

At Interprefy, we specialise in providing remote simultaneous interpretation (RSI) for multilingual on-site and online events. We provide the world’s leading cloud-based RSI platform (or virtual conference/online events platform). It enables interpreters to work from anywhere, anytime, and without specialised equipment, it’s easy to set up and use, and it’s scalable and flexible (making it suitable for any event).

Take a look at our latest ebook that aims to help you find the right RSI solution to fit your event.

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Kim Ludvigsen

Written by Kim Ludvigsen

Kim Ludvigsen is the founder and CEO of Interprefy. He was born in 1958 and grew up in Denmark. He lives in Zurich and graduated in Civil Engineering from the ETH in 1981 and has an MBA from INSEAD 1986. He worked for Accenture, Apax Partners and Ernst & Young and later co-founded several start-ups. In 2014 he met with Peter Frei, former colleagues form the Swiss Post, with whom he conceived the Interprefy business idea.