Lantic offers foreign language

Mar 4, 2014 by Guest Writer

Denmark-based Lantic Entertainment Systems now offers an upgrade to its operating system that allows users to switch between the standard English commands and descriptions that are displayed on-screen and an alternative language. The first language to be available is, as the result of a client request, Russian in full Cyrillic script. Other languages will become available over time and on request.



The language facility is two clicks from the welcome menu, allowing crew to quickly make the change around the yacht before new guests arrive. As an added touch, Lantic’s RC1 remote control is now available with Cyrillic characters and will be in other languages in the future.

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For more information, visit www.lantic-systems.com.

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