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Smart Bug Applications and Clients

Simultaneous Language Translation, ADA
Functions and Educational Aides


Alpha & Omega Church Broward
Miami, Florida

Chabad Russian Center
Miami, Florida

Christo Para Todos Las Nacionales
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Encourager Church
Houston, Texas

First Baptist Church Longview
Longview, Texas

First United Methodist Church Marshall
Marshall, Texas

First United Methodist Church Mineola
Mineola, Texas

Foundation for a Course in Miracles
Temecula, California

Frazer United Methodist Church
Montgomery, Alabama

Heartland Worship Center
Paducah, Kentucky

Iglesia Cornerstone
San Antonio, Texas

Immaculate Heart Catholic Church
Magnolia, Arkansas

Lakewood Church
Houston, Texas

Latin Missions Ministry
Miami, Florida

Merkos L'Inyonei Shinuch
Brooklyn, New York

North Towne Christian Church
Pomona, California

One Chapel Church
Austin, Texas

Steele Creek Church of Charlotte
Charlotte, North Carolina

St. Luke's United Methodist Church
Houston, Texas

Tabernacle of God
Tampa, Florida


Alief Independent School District
Houston, Texas

Center for Higher Education & Learning
Houston, Texas

Collins Academy
Jefferson, Texas
Collins Academy Outdoor Learning Tour

F.A. Haythorne Junior High School
Sherwood Park, Alberta

Professional Skaters Association
Rochester, Minnesota


Yardley, Pennsylvania

Translators USA
New Braunfels, Texas

Coaches at Professional Skaters' Association annual conferences listen to crystal-clear, conversational-level instruction from on-ice speakers by comfortably wearing Smart Bug radios. Before 2010, poor acoustics in some smaller rinks and venues made on-ice instruction more difficult to follow.

International touring groups and their translators find Smart Bugs easy to use and perfect for meetings, conferences and facility tours. Used with a portable transmitter, their also pleasantly discreet. A member of a Ukrainian delegation visiting Texas doesn't miss a word when meeting with host business, education and political speakers.

Students wearing Smart Bugs on a guided nature tour along the Big Cypress Bayou in Jefferson, Texas can easily hear the instructor no matter where they stand in the group. Students' comprehension increases as they're able to hear guides in an open-air environment.

Ever put on an event and the crowd wondered what exactly was happening? Smart Bugs were used by attendees at a recent Civil War re-enactment, allowing them to get an education on 19th-century battle tactics, weaponry, uniforms and flags questions were supplied the commentators via text-messages for real-time answers. (Photo courtesy of Sam Ayer)