Australian technology pioneer delivers innovative solutions for international Chief Justices conferenceFor The Record
Record Holdings’ companies Auscript and For The Record (FTR) have delivered world-class technology solutions to delegates attending the 16th Conference of the Chief Justices of Asia & the Pacific in Sydney this month, after entering an exclusive partnership.
More than 35 Chief Justices from countries including Qatar, Afghanistan, the US and Russia attended the biennial conference, held at the NSW Supreme Court and co-hosted by the Chief Justice of the High Court, the Honourable Chief Justice Robert French AC and the Chief Justice of NSW, the Honourable Chief Justice Tom Bathurst AC.
Chief Executive Officer of Auscript and FTR Peter Wyatt said the two companies played instrumental roles in delivering real-time innovative solutions for delegates attending the three-day event.
“We were able to showcase Auscript and FTR’s capabilities on the world stage while providing critical services throughout the conference,” Mr Wyatt said.
Auscript and FTR provided a full UN-style technology solution to allow live translation for a number of non-English speaking delegates, real-time transcription services and complementary access to all video and audio recordings of each session on FTR’s secure online portal, Court.fm.
“This partnership is testament to the talents of the Record Holdings team, and the innovative technology it has developed.
“We are incredibly proud to be chosen as the corporate partner for this global judicial event,” he said.
The 17th Conference of the Chief Justices of Asia & the Pacific will be held in Japan in 2017.
Auscript is the largest court recording and transcription provider in Australia, recording more than 180,000 hours of digital audio and delivering over 2.3 million pages of transcript a year. With the highest quality ratings in the country (99.5 per cent), it is trusted by the Federal Court of Australia, Family Court of Australia, Federal Circuit Court of Australia, Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney-General and the Department of the Attorney-General in Western Australia.
About For The Record
FTR is a global leader, dedicated to providing digital recording, review and content management solutions for justice, law enforcement, legislative and public meeting bodies. FTR’s recording solutions have been the standard in digital evidence recording around the world for more than 20 years. Its North American headquarters is in Denver, CO, and its global headquarters is in Brisbane, Australia.