Today Vistatec enthusiastically announced it would be an industrial participant in a second substantial and significant European Commission funded Horizon 2020 project.
The €3.2 million, two year project entitled “Open Framework of E
services for Multilingual and Semantic Enrichment of Digital Content”
(FREME), will see Vistatec collaborating on the design and
implementation of a commercial grade, web accessible, linguistic e
services platform. The framework will utilize Big Linguistic Open and
Linked Data to deliver valuable multilingual resources upon which a
range of e services can be built. These services cover use cases which
span the digital content life cycle: authoring, translation, curation,
publishing and discovery, in addition to bringing some leading edge
content technologies and data models to market.
is a key project for my team.” said Phil Ritchie, Vistatec’s Chief
Technology Officer. “The services that will be delivered during the life
of this project will provide us with unique and novel paradigms for the
way in which we produce multilingual content for our customers.” The
project team includes partners such as the German Research Centre for
Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), the Institute for Applied Informatics
(InfAI), and Tilde all fresh from the well publicized success of the
Multilingual Web — Language Technologies project.
concluded the announcement saying: “Vistatec continues to strive to
harness disruptive innovations and apply them in unique ways. I’m very
excited to be part of such an experienced and knowledgeable consortium
which has considerable potential to deliver technological and economic
value to the language industry.”