Technology on action announcement

Next week, the Orange County Courthouse hosts InfoComm After Hours: Technology in Action. During this event, attendees will get to see how legal technology works in a live setting. If you are interested in attending, click this link to register:

And here’s a rundown of the schedule and what kind of technology you can expect to see during the event:


  • 4:00 – 5:00 PM: Gathering time with refreshments and networking.
  • 5:00 – 5:15 PM: Welcome to the Ninth Circuit Court from Chief Judge Lisa T. Munyon.
  • 5:15 – 6:15 PM: Showcases in Courtrooms 6A, 6B, 6C, and 6D.
  • 6:20 – 7:00 PM: Demonstration and presentation in Courtroom 23 on the need for AV technology-enhanced courtrooms, and closing remarks from Dr. Fred Lederer.


  • Courtroom 6A – For the Record Interact with a revolutionary, AI-based speech-to-text platform, FTR RealTime. This platform can transform the spoken word into text within seconds and delivers a searchable, written record up to 95% accurate while maintaining pace with natural speech and processing accents, complex legal terminology, and simultaneous speakers. 
  • Courtroom 6B – WolfVision Experience WolfVision’s Cynap, the quintessential evidence presentation and collaboration solution for the judicial market. Users may display evidence and annotations throughout the courtroom, as well as create a fully immersive experience for a remote participant regardless of location. 
  • Courtroom 6C – Biamp Learn how key features of Biamp Tesira make it ideal for courtroom audio. You’ll get to see how our circuit uses Biamp Tesira and see why Advanced Acoustic Echo Cancellation (AEC), Noise Reduction, Automatic Gain Control (AGC), Audio Conferencing, Networked Audio, and Remote Monitoring and Control are vital to all modernized courtrooms.
  • Courtroom 6D – Florida’s Ninth Judicial Circuit Court Witness our circuit’s homegrown Virtual Remote Interpreting (VRI) solution in action, with a live demonstration and open discussion on how it has changed the operational model and increased productivity circuit-wide.