ELSA has been adopted by the city of Hastings, Nebraska. Lauren Scharf of Nebraska.tv had this to say: “Breaking barriers and helping rescue crews do their jobs, Hastings, Nebraska, has bought a interpretation/translation system for the city. The device looks like a walkie-talkie, but the person on the other end can understand and interpret most

ELSA is being used in DeKalb schools in Georgia to allow communication that was not possible before. To view video of the story, visit the WSB-TV website HERE.

Visit Us at the EMS World Expo!

Wednesday, 02 September 2015 by

Stop by and visit our booth at the upcoming EMS World Expo, September 17-19, 2015, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. We’ll be in Booth 1642. EMS World Expo sets the standard in EMS education, offering the training EMS professionals need to do their jobs today, coupled with the progressive curriculum and technology that provides

“Language barriers will soon be diminished for Collierville Police in Tennessee. The department will launch a technology called Enabling Language Services Anywhere that accesses live translators. ELSA uses a wireless network to make translators in 180 languages and dialects available to officers. These translators can interact with both the officer and the client at any

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