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SignAll was featured in The Economist. We were interviewed together with Microsoft and two multinational academic consortiums. Zsolt Robotka shared SignAll's developments, one of which is a gloveless solution for automated real-time Sign Language translation.
New and exciting update. Learn ASL and test your progress at SignAll Online! Learning sign language is even more exciting now
In December, SignAll Learn Lab was launched in an office of Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions (DT-ITS). The system will be used for teaching American Sign Language (ASL) to employees in the company’s Budapest office. The 12-month contract includes a license to the ASL Learn software and is complemented by courses and training on ASL and Deaf culture. These courses are to be offered by Deaf team member of SignAll Technologies and Deaf rights advocate Jesada Pua.
On November 9th, Jesada Pua, ASL consultant at SignAll Technologies, presented one of SignAll’s products – SignAll Learn Lab - to educators in Ohio, hosting an online webinar through the Ohio ASLTA chapter.
From September 16, SignAll’s ASL video library, SignAll Classroom, will be replaced by SignAll Online. The major difference is that it is now available for anyone who wants to learn ASL. Additionally, SignAll Online will include new features and functionality to be rolled out over the coming weeks.
On July 3, 2020, all members of the Hungarian parliament voted to adopt changes to the current law regarding sign language for deaf Hungarians. This is a huge milestone in the 110+ years fight for change - an achievement secured through negotiations, pressure, and lobbying by the Hungarian Association of the Deaf and HoH.
The first three days brought more than 200 users to SignAll Learn Online - an ASL video library, which was launched in response to the increase in remote schooling. So much interest proves there is a high demand for relevant and reliable online teaching tools.
To support classrooms which have moved online, SignAll is releasing its ASL 1 and ASL 2 video libraries. They combined include over 100 lessons.
This quarter, SignAll Learn added an ASL II course to its curriculum. This is the result of combined efforts from SignAll’s developers, designers, product managers, ASL linguists and ASL experts, who created and tested another ASL learn level for the SignAll curriculum.
Around 250 ASL teachers from Florida and other states attended a presentation and tested SignAll’s system at the FASLTA 2020 conference, which took place in Jacksonville last weekend.
Today we welcomed guests from the educational Hungarian Channel, MTVA. They first met SignAll at a start-up event, organized by one of our investors, and were captivated by the ASL Learn system. Now, they got a chance to visit our office to test the system and feature our technology!
We had the pleasure of hosting 20 bright-minded students and 2 professors from the Texas McCombs M.S. in Technology Commercialization (MSTC) program in our Budapest office.
SignAll Learn Lab was recently made compatible with people of smaller bodies – more specifically, children.
Zsolt Robotka, CEO of SignAll Technologies, gave a speech to over 600 business and IT decision makers about the impact of technology both today and in the future.
How to find a balance between profit and social responsibility? This week, Chief Strategy Officer of SignAll Mihaly Pinter gave a talk for MBA students. Pinter shared his perspective on how to make a successful business strategy for an assistive technology product. The talk for entrepreneurs was given at the department of Economics and Business of Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, Hungary.
SignAll was acknowledged as the Best Health Tech Startup by the Central European Startup Awards. The decision was made, based on SignAll’s demonstrated “development over the last year based on growth, innovation and impact by developing solutions, methods and/ or products that target life sciences.” (CESA)
SignAll presented its innovative technology at the M-Enabling Europe. The event was special for SignAll as 14 team members traveled to Dusseldorf, Germany. At the convention they had lively tete-a-tete discussions with potential partners and d\Deaf community representatives. Additionally, each one had an opportunity to introduce the SignAll solution at the booth.
We were pleased to meet with journalist Joe Pivarunas, originally from New York (now living in Hong Kong) in our Budapest office. The meeting quickly evolved into an engaging conversation about markets, technologies, Deaf culture and social hierarchies. Joe's curiosity, world perspective, and preparedness made such a conversation a pleasure.
Budapest-based SignAll, developers of a unique technology that automatically translates American Sign Language (ASL) to spoken and written English, secured an additional EUR 1.7 million of investment, in its second round of financing to date. The round is led by one of the biggest investor companies in East-Central Europe and member of the Hungarian Development Bank Plc. Group, Hiventures with participation of previous investors Credo Ventures.
ASL teachers enthusiastically test SignAll’s brand new product, focused on ASL education at the ASLTA Conference. More than a hundred attendees visited SignAll’s testing unit during the conference, which has just concluded in San Diego, CA.