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Using transcription technology involving keyboard shorthand, the multimedia speech-to-text professional reporter strokes phonetic letter combination codes into a special stenographic keyboard. The computer-aided-transcription (CAT) software, “Eclipse,” simultaneously converts the digital shorthand letters into the normal written text. Alternative technologies that use highly-trained voicewriters using voice-recognition software as the input methodology and “EclipseVox” can accomplish similar results. Wyccon is best positioned to recognize where the different technologies are most suited.

Fields of application

  • Press talks, interviews, statements, briefings
  • Court proceedings, litigation, arbitration hearings
  • Shareholder meetings and support of the back office
  • Workshops, technical seminars and meetings of all kinds
  • Political debates, cultural events, communication/discussion forums, conferences, congresses
  • Worships
  • E-Learning, webinars, seminars and conferences including advanced training and lectures at schools, colleges and universities allowing access for hearing-impaired students or students located remote locations
  • Assistance for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing participants during meetings at law offices, at notaries, at insurance companies or meetings at one’s doctor’s office, for consultations at health fund offices, retirement offices, at the job agency, or in courts or police situations
  • Subtitling and realtime, live captioning for theaters, radio, broadcast stations or cinema


  • Radio and broadcast stations, Internet Service Providers
  • Federal, State or local Governments
  • County Councils
  • Law Firms
  • Press Organizations
  • Journalists
  • Notaries
  • Interpreters
  • Parliaments
  • Board of banks and commercial enterprises
  • Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing people (help in communication and job areas)
  • People with physical handicaps like that may have resulted from traumatic brain injuries
  • The Blind and the Deaf who can read Braille line
  • People with cognitive or acoustic disabilities
  • Foreigners who may not understand the local spoken word but can read the language

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