Simultaneous Interpreting – Conference Interpretation
Ubiqus founded in 1991 offers the most professional simultaneous interpretation service available. This type of interpretation offers a number of benefits:
✓ Highly qualified & accredited Simultaneous Interpreters
✓ Up-to-date BOSCH simultaneous interpretation equipment
✓ Real – Time interpretation
✓ Virtually no restriction on the number of listeners
✓ Allows interpreting into and from several languages
✓ No constraints, neither for the listeners nor the speakers
Ubiqus helps you make your message heard.
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- When is simultaneous interpretation used?
- Multi-lingual conferences
- European Works Councils (EWCs)
- International arbitrations
- Diplomatic proceedings
- What is simultaneous interpreting?
For each language, a pair of interpreters work together in a glass audio booth, listening to the conversation on headphones and simultaneously speaking into a microphone. Delegates listen on earpieces, tuned to the channel that carries their language.
We provide full microphone and headset setups – tailored to the size of your meeting room and the number of speakers – so that all your guests can participate freely. Our technicians are available at your meeting to fix any glitches, quickly and unobtrusively.
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of using simultaneous interpreters?
Simultaneous interpretation is the only practical choice for multi-lingual conferences – the only way to ensure speakers of many different languages can understand and participate fully. Done well, it’s almost invisible; the mark of good interpreting is that it fades into the background!
But simultaneous interpreting requires sophisticated specialised equipment – and the expertise to set up and run it. It requires incredibly high skill levels and preparation on the part of the interpreters. And finally it requires excellent project management to bring all the elements together. We bring together the right skills and technology to meet and exceed your expectations.
The stakes are high. A poor simultaneous interpreting service will, without a doubt, damage the value and credibility of your meeting. Good value for money doesn’t come from a interpreting quote that is 10% or 20% cheaper at the outset; it comes from experience that combines the right skills and technology to deliver an efficient and accurate service.