online speech-to-text reporters
Thanks to a specially developed online platform, students can access speech-to-text interpreters live via their tablet or laptop. The sound from the classroom, lecture theatre or event venue is sent wirelessly to the speech-to-text interpreters via a computer. They convert the spoken words into text, live. Students with a hearing impairment can easily follow what is going on in the lesson by reading along on their tablet or laptop. The service is aimed primarily at students, trainees and schoolchildren.
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CAS in Speech-To-Text Interpreting in Multilingual Settings (12 ECTS)
04 May 2023
making an existent video accessible
The office for the rights of persons with disabilities of the canton of Basel-Stadt has asked people with disabilities to talk about their everyday difficulties in a video. The aim: making the video accessible for everyone. SWISS TXT has been assigned to this task.
18 May 2020
CONTENT4ALL wins the NAB Technology Innovation Award 2020
SWISS TXT is proud to be part of the EU-research project «Content4All» that has received the renowned «NAB Technology Innovation Award».
19 September 2017
for students, trainees and schoolchildren
Online speech-to-text reporters
Speech-to-text reporters can now be involved live via an Internet platform with a tablet or laptop. The sound from the classroom or auditorium is transmitted wirelessly via the computer to the speech-to-text reporter who transfers the spoken word live into text. The person with the hearing difficulty can then read the lesson content on-screen on a tablet or laptop.
15 December 2016
swisstxt.ch has received the certification level AA of WCAG 2.0 for accessibility from the foundation « Access-for-All ». SWISS TXT is committed to making this website accessible to the broadest possible audience, regardless of technology or physical capability. We make every effort to ensure our website is accessible to people with special needs, including those with visual, hearing, cognitive and motor impairments.