SignAll, the Winner of Special Award at Think Big

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…

Sign Language For Deaf Education

SignAll’s Project Manager, Dávid Pálházi held a speech at TEDxVilniusED, where he talked about Deaf education. You can read below an extract from his speech. There are more than 10 million people living on this Earth who were born deaf. Most of them have no mother tongue at all. According to deaf education specialists, mother…

Sean Gerlis, our new advisor on board

SignAll, an automated sign language translation solution, today announced the appointment of Sean Gerlis as the company’s new advisor. Sean brings in vast resources in the telecommunication industry building innovative products and services that transform communication capabilities for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Sean will be providing SignAll with his valuable insights and advises…

SignAll is giving back

It was two weeks ago on the 7th November, when SignAll has discovered a post on Facebook: the Hungarian Association of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing has announced that a primary school pupil, Attila, is in need of a laptop. He started to learn German a year ago as the only hard of hearing…

Winner of CES Awards 2016!

SignAll won the national round of Central European Startup Awards in the Best Social Impact Startup category. It started all with someone having nominated us in this category. Then, we were notified about SignAll being among the shortlisted startups. The winners of each category were announced on October 27, 2016 in the frame of a…

Meet SignAll at M-Enabling Summit

We are happy to confirm that SignAll will be present at the annual M-Enabling Summit in Washington, DC on 13-14 June 2016. The summit is famous for presenting the leading innovative technology providers, so it is an honour for us to be there. If you want to get hot insights from industry leaders, you should…

Breaking News!

Budapest based startup SignAll Inc. received one and a half million Euros from an international association of venture capitalists to finalize its software that automates the interpretation between Deaf people using American Sign Language (ASL) and the those who can hear. The startup, spun off by Dolphio Technologies, a Hungarian R&D House and ICT service…

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SignAll is pioneering the first automated sign language translation solution, based on computer vision and natural language processing (NLP), to enable everyday communication between people with normal and impaired hearing.