Wales gets multi-lingual Info-Point at three NT sites

Interpretation in Wales demands both English and Welsh. Info-Point comes by default with an 'intelligent' multi-lingual module. When activated, each individual user is able to instantly switch to their preferred language, which changes both content and navigation. Both text and media files can be identified in terms of language and the module can make a best substitute in the event that a piece of content is not available in a particular language.

Info-Point Technical Direct Paul Palmer says "This is a highly sophisticated language module and it comes as part of every Info-Point. The National Trust appreciated this and have installed Info-Point at three of their Welsh properties - the Dinas Emrys 'Princes of Wales' project at Craflwyn, Aberdaron visitor centre, and Mynydd Mawr coastguard station, which is a battery operated version."