Interpreting

Seamless, real-time interpreting in 53+ languages for any event, anywhere.

Video Remote Interpreting (VRI)

 Interpreters located remotely access the audio/video feed through the internet and provide realtime interpreting for your conference attendees.

Attendees needing spoken language interpreting can access their language through an FM transmitter just as they would if interpreters were located on-site. They can also access their spoken language using their phones to either call into their respective language conference line or listen in high definition using a WiFi or data connection. Interpreters (whether sign language or spoken language) can be made available on any screen visible to attendees. We will work directly with the A/V company handling your event to display the interpreters (and live captioning if requested) to your attendees where needed.

Realtime Spoken Language Interpreting – In 53+ languages

On-site Interpreting
On site interpreting is when an interpreter is present at your location to interpret at the scheduled appointment time. There is a 2-hour minimum charge for on-site interpreting which is standard industry practice.

In addition, if the job is longer than one hour, two interpreters are typically required. (Medical appointments are usually an exception.)

Contact us about your needs and to get a quote.

Our Services

Supporting Business, Education, Courts, and Broadcast

Live Captioning

CART provides live captioning services for accessibility during events.

ASL / Spoken Language Interpreting

ASL or spoken language interpreting services bridge communication gaps between individuals using different languages or modes.

Meaning-for-Meaning

Meaning-for-meaning services offer text interpreting for enhanced communication clarity.

Audio Description

Audio Description (AD) narrates visual information for the blind and low-vision, improving comprehension of videos and live events.

Court Reporting

For depositions and accurate legal transcript creation from recorded proceedings.

Closed Captioning

Closed captions enhance video accessibility by adding text to pre-produced media, appearing at the bottom or within the video content.

Transcription

Transcription converts audio from various sources into written text using stenography, voice writing, or standard keyboards.

Global Subtitles

Subtitles translate dialogue for non-native speakers, while closed captions transcribe dialogue for the hearing impaired.

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