Intended to work alongside their existing physical headset systems, the app allows users to choice when accessing audio at live events. In the wake of the Covid19 crisis, issues surrounding hygiene and infection control are going to be more prevalent than ever. By offering audiences the option to use their own headsets, the Birmingham based headset supplier is hoping to generate user confidence and demonstrate that delegate health and safety is being taken seriously.
With the option to download the app from either the Apple or Google Play Stores, users can connect to the content from their smartphones and listen to the audio using their own headphones. Users can choose which seminar they want to listen to and simply press play to access live events that they would otherwise hear over loudspeakers, or through Silent Seminar’s headsets. The app will help event organisers to continue to deliver clear audio at large and small-scale events with the option to stream in as many different theatres as required and in multiple languages.
The flexibility of the app means it can also be used outside of the conference and exhibition arena. Being completely mobile and power free opens it up for a multitude of other uses such as fitness classes, yoga, cinema, tour guides and film screenings. Music and audio can be delivered ‘silently’ via personal headsets in any environment.
Silent Seminars is one of the UK’s leading supplies of enhanced and targeted audio for live events, offering a revolutionary way of delivering audio at seminars, presenting clear sound with the option to stream in multiple languages.