Likewise, if your presentation is in a large room with a stage (such as a trade show auditorium or a theater) these venues are usually equipped with large projector screens, ample power outlets and extensions, projectors for multimedia computer presentations and sound systems including microphones and speakers.
You may want your presentation to have one or various simultaneous translators. The use of simultaneous or consecutive interpreters is quite simple if you have the correct equipment.
In these cases, it is necessary for our expert technicians to inspect the venue beforehand. They will then be able to check the ideal placement of the equipment (from the location of the booth if necessary, to the use of wireless microphones), to audio checks for any possible interference and to ensure the existence of sufficient network sockets. The speaker does not have to be present during the venue inspection, and our professionals only need a few moments to check that everything is working correctly. They do need to be in contact with the other technicians (lighting, sound, etc.) who have been hired for the event.
When using a simultaneous interpreter in theaters and large venues, this initial inspection is necessary to ensure that your presentation will be perfect on the scheduled day.