Black spots are another concern for events that use traditional digital systems for simultaneous interpretation. These systems can have weak or non-existent signals in large spaces, especially if there are obstacles like walls that interfere with the signal. Our system eliminates this issue entirely by providing a signal that reaches the entire venue with equal strength and clarity, regardless of obstacles.
We also have a vast experience with both systems and one of the largest stocks of equipment in the world. For big conventions, we combine both systems, using our own system for the main room and a digital system for parallel discussions where confidentiality is required.
Finally, the cost of receiver loss can be a significant concern for organizers. With traditional systems, the cost per lost receiver can be extremely high, which can be a major financial burden for the organizer. However, with our system, attendees purchase the receivers as a souvenir to take home with them, which eliminates the cost of receiver loss entirely.
In summary, our system addresses the three major concerns of queuing, black spots, and the cost of receiver loss, making it an ideal choice for organizers of massive events.
Surveys have shown that although simultaneous interpretation services typically account for around 20% of the final cost of an event, in many cases, it is a critical factor in customer satisfaction, with ratings of over 80%.