iProbe offers consulting for the design, selection, fabrication and installation of interpreter booths. Professional consulting on ISO requirements and international regulations is offered to System integrators, AV consultants, and other organizations planning for simultaneous interpretation booths in their existing or new facilities.
the permanent installation of language distribution systems, whether part of a new building design or the revamping of existing conference facilities, implies a considerable investment.
fixed Booths for simultaneous interpretation are an important aspect to consider when designing a permanently installed language distribution solution. The built-in booths should be constructed according to standards that promote proper acoustics, dimensions, seating, lighting, electrics, visibility, climate control, air supply, emergency routes, safe access and other aspects that will make for a functional, professional working space for the interpreters.
when building conference facilities intended to accommodate official meetings of international organizations such as the World Bank, UN, Organization of American States the booths will have to be constructed according to ISO standards that should be followed by architects, designers, planners and builders of conference facilities when building fixed simultaneous interpretation booths:
there are two international standards that dictate the requirements for built-in simultaneous interpretation booths and language distribution systems:
if you're planning a permanent installation with a fixed interpreter booth, the below section concerns permanent booths.
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When planning the construction of interpretation booths for a conference hall, whether for formal government use or for private organizations, it's important to be aware of the guidelines for built-in or mobile simultaneous interpretation installations.
One set of guidelines applies for formal meetings in conference rooms with simultaneous interpretation with built-in ISO 2603:1998) or mobile interpreter booths ISO 4043:1998) and another set of guidelines applies to all conference rooms.
Learn about ISO guidelines for mobile and fixed interpretation booths and how to maximize the audience experience in any language. While these specifications are intended for formal government or NGO meetings based on pertinent ISO guidelines, they can serve as guidelines for private organizations all over the world seeking to comply with ISO standards.
Our below complimentary report includes the European Commission's summary of the norms describing the technical specifications for conference rooms with simultaneous interpretation installation. The full version of the standards is available directly from ISO.
venues equipped with world-class interpretation booths are well prepared to compete in attracting international events and multicultural audiences. In the free report Technical Standards for Interpretation Booths you'll learn about ISO guidelines for mobile and fixed interpretation booths and how to maximize the audience experience in any language.
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