SIGNALL CLOSES ITS EUR 1.7 MILLION SECOND ROUND OF INVESTMENT. THIS CAPITAL INJECTION SECURES THE PRODUCT’S FURTHER EXPANSION IN THE US MARKET AND BEYOND

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…

ASL teachers engage with SignAll at the ASLTA Conference

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. In conversations with booth attendants, ASL teachers address their concerns regarding a lack of students’ motivation to practice after…

Students standing in line, showing American Sign Language sign for love

Introducing SignAll to the Students at University of Virginia

SignAll hosted a workshop for a group of students from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce. Students from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce visited SignAll’s Research and Development lab and participated in an engaging workshop with several SignAll team members. The event focused on SignAll’s communication system, that automatically translates…

Man and woman standing in front of the sign of CSUN

SignAll Tours the West Coast of the US

SignAll´s team has been on the road introducing its sign language translation system and advocating for inclusive workspaces. The SignAll 1.0 system was developed to recognize sign language by using computer vision and AI. It is the world’s first successful sign language translation technology and takes into account three necessary elements of sign language: hand…

Students showing the ASL sign for love

MBA Students Conduct “Global Market Entry” Research on SignAll

SignAll recently participated in a project in connection with both The Central European University (CEU) and the University of Birmingham.  MBA students investigated the potential of SignAll expanding into additional foreign markets. SignAll is currently headquartered in Hungary, and operating primarily in the U.S.   SignAll gladly accepted the opportunity to host a lecture and…

Presentation with world map

SignAll at Startup Safari Budapest 2019

This year our Chief Strategy Officer, Mihály Pintér was pleased to represent SignAll at one of the biggest startup events in Budapest, Startup Safari. The presentation focused on Global Product Evolution, specifically on how to develop and localize SignAll’s flagship system for different markets.   The broad international experience of SignAll’s leadership team was apparent…

Sign languages can be more expressive than spoken language

Sign languages can help reveal hidden aspects of the logical structure of spoken language, but they also highlight its limitations because speech lacks the iconic resources that sign language uses on top of its sophisticated grammar, shows a new a analysis by NYU linguist Philippe Schlenker. Great feature on New York University linguist, Philippe Schlenker.…

SignAll Technology Translates American Sign Language to English in Real Time

SignAll is the first to use technology to facilitate real-time American Sign Language-to-English translation. The technology is now available to businesses and organizations that want to increase accessibility for their Deaf and hard-of-hearing employees and customers. “More and more companies are striving to be inclusive, and SignAll’s technology allows Deaf and hearing people to communicate…

CES 2018 featured @TechCrunch

We recently attended CES, the number one technology convention worldwide. We got the opportunity to meet many leaders, developers, accessibility organizations, deaf people, and general attendees.  We were met with inspirational feedback, and look forward to sharing our newest developments over the coming months.   Here we would like to share with you the two articles…