Tour guide systems facilitate simultaneous portable translation and have been used for a good while now to conduct bilingual meetings in several countries. Up to 32 languages can be translated simultaneously, so it’s a perfect fit for international conferences.

These systems are incredibly easy to set up. How do they work? The interpreter starts listening in to the speaker conducting the conference and then translates the conveyed messages as he/she speaks into the transmitter. The delegates present are able to hear this translated message without any disruption.

As they can be used outdoors, these tour guide systems can be used for excursions and campus tours too. Tour guide translation systems can be used for church tours, gallery tours, museum tours, and so on and so forth. A tour guide system usually consists of a single transmitter with a hands-free mic to be used by the interpreter and a number of receivers which the audience will utilize to access the interpreter’s message. The audience not being able to understand your tour guide’s speech will never be a problem if you introduce tour guide translation systems at your workplace.

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Tour guide systems are used in other contexts too. They are used in university classes with a significant percentile of diversity in the student population.