Documentation of Lingolet Products and Services
FAQ about Interpretation and Translation
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Manuals, and Product Specifications
Video Remote Interpreting (VRI)
Over-the-phone interpretation (OPI) is a service that allows individuals who speak different languages to communicate with each other over the telephone through the use of a professional interpreter. The interpreter acts as a bridge between the two parties, translating spoken words in real-time to facilitate communication. OPI can be used for a variety of purposes, such as business meetings, medical consultations, and customer service interactions.
VRI Video Remote Interpretation
Video Remote Interpretation (VRI) is a technology-based service that allows people who speak different languages to communicate with each other through a video conferencing platform. It utilizes a live interpreter who is remotely connected to the users via a video link, interpreting spoken language in real-time. This allows for effective communication between parties who do not speak the same language, making it useful in various settings such as healthcare, legal proceedings, and customer service interactions.
RID Remote Interpretation Devices
RID, or Remote Interpretation Devices, are electronic devices or software programs that allow for real-time language translation and interpretation over a remote connection, such as the internet or a phone line. These devices can be used in a variety of settings, including business meetings, medical consultations, and legal proceedings, to facilitate communication between people who speak different languages. They can also include features such as text-to-speech and speech-to-text functionality, as well as the ability to connect to human interpreters.
AID Audio Interpretation Devices
AID (Audio Interpretation Devices) refers to electronic devices or systems that assist individuals with hearing impairments or difficulties by providing audio interpretation of spoken or written information. These devices can include hearing aids, cochlear implants, assistive listening systems, and captioning or transcription services. AID technology can be used in a variety of settings, such as classrooms, workplaces, and public spaces, to improve communication and accessibility for individuals with hearing difficulties.
VID Video Interpretation Devices
Video Interpretation Devices (VIDs) are electronic devices or software that are used to interpret and translate spoken language in real-time. They can be used in a variety of settings such as medical facilities, legal proceedings, and customer service interactions. VIDs work by capturing audio and video inputs, analyzing the speech, and then providing a written or spoken translation in the desired language. They may also include features such as automatic speech recognition and machine learning capabilities to improve accuracy over time.
ASL American Sign Language
ASL (American Sign Language) is a visual-manual language used by people who are deaf or hard of hearing as their primary mode of communication. It is a natural language that uses hand gestures, facial expressions, and body movements to convey meaning. ASL is not a signed version of spoken English, but rather a separate language with its own grammar, vocabulary, and syntax. It is recognized as a legitimate language in the United States and is used in schools, workplaces, and communities across the country.
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