CONGRESS Rental Australia wants feedback from interpreters worldwide to help them make a positive change in the Remote Simultaneous Interpretation platform industry.
Congress Rental Australia has opened a survey to conference interpreters worldwide to hear about their experience with Remote Simultaneous Interpretation (RSI). The survey aims to improve the interpreter experience on RSI platforms by discovering what experiences they had with RSI in 2020.
The survey will ask interpreters questions about their use of Remote Interpretation Platforms, how RSI has changed the way they offer their interpretation services, and what they think would improve the RSI experience for interpreters. All participants will get a copy of the report, with insights into how RSI has changed the conference interpretation industry.
Congress Rental Australia is part of the global Congress Rental Network, and for over 20 years, they have been setting the standard in Australia for Simultaneous Interpretation solutions. Now, they continue to do so globally for RSI. Managing Director Jeremy Ducklin is a member of the ISO committee for RSI (ISO/DIS 24019 – Simultaneous Interpreting delivery platforms – Requirements & Recommendations). Any feedback interpreters submit will contribute to shaping the future of RSI for Interpreters.
Submissions close on Monday the 5th of April, and the report will be released shortly thereafter. Click on the link below to have your say and make an impact on the future of RSI.