TranslateLive in the News
DHS S&T SVIP Awards Phase 1 Contract to TranslateLive for Language Translation Capabilities
October 6, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
S&T Public Affairs, 202-254-2385
WASHINGTON – While upholding and safeguarding the nation’s maritime interests across eleven distinct mission areas, United States Coast Guard (USCG) personnel often interact with non-English speakers, making it challenging to quickly assess and respond to a variety of situations. To better equip USCG personnel, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate’s (S&T) Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP), in partnership with USCG, awarded $185,665 in Phase 1 funding to TranslateLive, LLC, of Clearwater, FL, to adapt its Instant Language Assistant (ILA) capabilities under SVIP’s Language Translator solicitation.
CTA Foundation Announces CES 2020 Eureka Park Accessibility Contest Winners
December 6th, 2019
By: Riya V. Anandwala- Director of Industry Communications;
Daniella Cassagnol- Senior Manager of Industry Communications
The Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® Foundation announced the selection of five winners for its CES® 2020 Eureka Park Accessibility Contest. The winners – Access Explorer, Intuition Robotics, Loro, Mieron and TranslateLive – is a startup designing technology to benefit older adults and people with disabilities.
“This year’s collection of entries was among the strongest we have seen since we started the competition five years ago,” said Henry Chiarelli principal, Chiarelli and Associates, CTA Foundation Trustee and one of the judges of the contest. “The winners this year represent a truly unique cross section of innovative and creative technology solutions focused on quality of life issues, enabling people of all ages and abilities to live independently. We look forward to celebrating their work at CES 2020.”
Breaking Down Communication Barriers: TranslateLive Creates Innovative Software With Live Translation, Hearing, Video, and Chatting
September 9th, 2019
Offering an intriguing glimpse into the future of translation devices, TranslateLive, (https://www.translatelive.com/), has created an innovative software and hardware solution with the capability to connect everyone regardless of language or hearing barriers. With more than 120 different languages and dialects, including user-friendly features for the blind, low vision, deaf and hard of hearing, TranslateLive’s software and ILA devices seek to enhance the global communication experience.
TranslateLive: Connecting communities by bridging the language gap
April 4, 2019
Communicating across languages can be a difficult hurdle to overcome, especially if both parties are not in the same physical location. To power its live AI language translation platform, TranslateLive needed a solution that could reliably convert between text and speech in real time without requiring a tremendous investment in back-end infrastructure.
Real-Time Global Communication Just Got Easier
Oct 18, 2018
After years of development, supported by Google and inspired by the Google Translate API, Translate Live has infused proprietary, cutting-edge A.I. into a digital platform that translates conversations in real time between any two web-enabled devices around the planet – easily and simply. It’s the only live remote translation platform that doesn’t require special hardware and works across all 4 platforms without installing an app.