As one of the biggest and most complex tech projects ever for automatic Sign Language recognition and translation, we keep receiving many questions and media inquiries. Ever since gesture recognition was invented, sign language recognition has been one of the enlisted motivations. Even if it is a camera based system or a glove with physical … More The 3 essential requirements for a sign language recognition project
The M-Enabling Summit is a highly awaited global conference where the leading technologies and innovations that promote accessibilities for people with all abilities are presented annually. The M-Enabling is an incredible event and we feel especially honored that we are among those few participants who can also take part in a key panel discussion. The … More If June, then M-Enabling Summit
In the age of social networks and with the growing importance of direct relationship between businesses and their audience we can’t afford not to be available on one of the biggest social networks, Twitter. So we are more than happy to announce that from now on you can find us on Twitter too! We encourage … More SignAll on Twitter!
WEBIT was a two day event organized in Sofia, Bulgaria, that brought together more than 5,000 participants from 80+ countries. SignAll’s CEO was invited to join the event and to hold a speech on the main stage at the ‘Digital Transformation Summit’. Mr Zsolt Robotka spoke about ‘Goodbusiness’, which is a new term introduced by … More Webit – a world class event packed with fabulous programs
We are extremely delighted about being able to introduce SignAll’s newest team member, Lisa Hower from Texas, USA, whose presence will grant the opportunity for each team member to learn ASL from a qualified, native teacher. As our team keeps continuously expanding, and each member is keen on learning ASL, we needed a new member … More Meet Lisa Hower, SignAll’s new ASL teacher!
Washington, D.C. and Budapest, Hungary – March 2017 – Gallaudet University and SignAll have formed a partnership to develop an automatic sign language translation software. Gallaudet University is the world’s only liberal arts university for deaf and hard of hearing students. SignAll is a research and development start-up company from Budapest, Hungary. For this project, … More Gallaudet University partners with SignAll to develop automatic sign language translation software
Think Big is an event organized annually since 2013 for entrepreneurs and companies in the CEE region whose business is built on new technologies. And as such, we had to be there – but for SignAll, being there is never enough, so we grabbed the Special Award! Think Big is the initiative of UPC where … More SignAll, the Winner of Special Award at Think Big