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Interoperability, i.e. the ability of machines, devices, sensors, and people to connect and communicate with each other, is one of the main design principles of Industry 4.0. Its technical implementation is the Internet of Things (IoT). Particularly in the EU manufacturing supply chains often cross borders. Communication requires a common understanding of the information exchanged. Surprising to many, also devices use textual, thus multilingual, data to describe themselves. Leading manufacturers and pharma companies have realized that they need the multilingual knowledge in Coreon to make Industry 4.0 happen. Meet us in October at LT Industry Summit in Brussels and tekom in Stuttgart to be part of that game changing development.
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The IoT will Thrive on Semantics

The Internet of things connects physical devices in order to exchange data they have collected or are acting on. Experts estimate that the IoT will consist of about 30 billion objects by 2020. But how do we make sure these devices understand each other? The IoT needs first of all semantics. We can only get through interfaces by using unified semantics. Multilingual Knowledge Systems are a proven solution to make data repositories, systems, organizations, and even countries interoperable. They will also provide the unified semantics for the Internet of Things, globally.

The Internet of Things needs Semantics

Upcoming Events, Conferences, Trade Shows

Newsletters and blog articles have to be short. If you want to learn more about how multilingual knowledge becomes a key enterprise information asset, meet us at the events below or simply contact us through

9-11 October in Brussels:
LT Industry Summit
Meet Jochen Hummel, Coreon CEO and Chairman of the Board of LT Innovate at the event. Do not miss the opening keynote by Marija Gabriel, Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, and Jochen's panel session "Artificial Intelligence: Hype or Reality?" on Oct 10, 9am.

24-26 October in Stuttgart:
tekom / tcworld
Find us in the large hall C2, booth 2/G04 together with our partner company Semantix. We are proud to present recent highlights, such as brand new filtering capabilities and inline formatting! Learn how Multilingual Knowledge Systems boost AI and Machine Learning solutions and how they make the Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 work. Join us for a product demo Tuesday afternoon, 14:45 room C10.1.

We'd be pleased to meet you in person there!

Upcoming Events, Tradeshows, Conferences

Focus and Control - Introducing Filters

When your Multilingual Knowledge Systems grows, you may want to focus on subsets of the overall repository. Already introduced 2016, the Work-in-a-Branch functionality allows you to select a branch and then search and navigate just that subset. This is like a semantic filter.

Currently in beta, this autumn we introduce the capability to filter repositories for any meta data value. For instance: "concepts that changed recently" or "concepts that lack a German term".
This can be combined with Work-in-Branch and Coreon Search, like "Give me all the concepts from the current sub-branch where a Definition in English exists ..."

As with all Coreon functionalities, Filters can be used and applied through the Coreon API and when exporting repositories.

Defining a Rule

From our Blog: AI, IoT and Multilingual Knowledge: a Review on Summer Events

Last but not least, we want to share some impressions from recent events and conferences. The interesting common denominator were the following themes: how can we leverage and deploy terminology assets in other business processes? How can we deploy the valuable knowledge in terminology assets to support AI, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, and Industry 4.0?

Read the full review on our Multilingual Knowledge blog.

Review on Summer Events