Simultaneous interpreting is carried out from a booth equipped with interpreters’ desks, which allow the interpreter to listen to the speaker through headphones and translate into a microphone connected to the receivers used by the participants.

As the name suggests, interpreting takes place in simultaneous mode, with the audience listening via headphones and the speaker speaking continuously without interruption.



Simultaneous interpretation involves the installation of booths and interpreters’s desks (usually the day before the meeting), the presence of at least one technologist for the duration of the event and the involvement of a sufficient number of interpreters depending on the number of languages, duration and topic of the meeting.



Simultaneous interpreting is most suitable for congresses and conferences with numerous participants and for meetings featuring more than one foreign language.