Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) January 08, 2014
Stratus, a video remote interpretation app that connects limited English proficiency (LEP) speakers to a live video interpreter in 30-seconds or less on-demand, is releasing an updated versions of their application for desktop computers and iPads. The new Stratus App is designed to allow easier navigation with a more intuitive interface, making video remote interpretation even simpler.
The latest version will feature 12 language buttons per page, up from four in the previous release. This makes it easier to find the desired languages and cuts down own scrolling. Additionally, customers can define the order of their language buttons, listing the most heavily used languages first. This allows medical and court staff to quickly find the languages they need to effectively communicate with their LEP users. In addition to the new Windows/MAC version of the Stratus App, a point release of 12 Button Stratus App for the iPad to provide compatibility with the iPad Air.
Stratus Video is a revolutionary service that is changing the landscape of interpretation. “The Stratus App improves the lives of the deaf and hard of hearing as well as the limited English proficiency population,” says Stratus Video President, David Fetterolf, “this new design makes the Stratus App even easier to use. Language barriers no longer have to impede communication in hospitals, courts or anywhere that language access is needed.”
Stratus Video is an innovative video interpretation service that provides live interpreters in 30 seconds or less, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Based in Clearwater, FL, Stratus Video delivers these highly trained interpreters via an encrypted, private network that handles over 62,000 video calls per day. Stratus Video provides the following languages over video: American Sign Language, Arabic, Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Polish, Russian, Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese with an additional 200 languages offered via audio interpretation.
Stratus Video Interpreting is based on the concept originally applied at ZVRS, the video relay service for the deaf and hard of hearing. Stratus Video is dedicated to developing technology to quickly and effectively connect people regardless of location or language/cultural barriers.
If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Kate Pascucci, please call 727-254-5617 or email kpascucci(at)stratusvideo(dot)com.