Communication Access Realtime Translation
A turnkey accessibility solution that provides instantaneous translation of the spoken language into text and is displayed on monitors, computers and mobile devices with less than a two-second delay.
CART and captioning are verbatim services, where every word is transcribed at a minimum accuracy level of 98.5%.
How do CART Services work?
Author: Rob Roth, AccessComputing staff
AccessComputing announces a new 7:34 video, Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) Services for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing People, that explores what CART is and where it can be used. The video is ideal for anyone who is deaf or hard of hearing and is considering what types of accommodations would be best for participating in a college-level class or at a conference.
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Who benefits from CART ?
Our services can be used in any country where the language being spoken is English. If the audio can be heard and there is access to the Internet, then the services of ACS can be used.
Why Choose ACS?
ACS has become the largest provider of CART captioning services in the US through our commitment to exceeding our clients' expectations.
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