Coreon Exhibits at tekom / tcworld 2016
We exhibit at the
tekom / tcworld conference
8-10 November in Stuttgart - Find us in the large hall C2, booth 2/G05 together with our partner company
We are proud to present recent highlights
- SDL Trados Studio integration: Query Coreon repositories directly from within the CAT solution
- Conditional Display: rate terms and highlight the preferred ones visually
store a concept once, but position it several times within your concept system – key functionality for manufacturers to mimic componentized product architectures
- Work in a Branch: Focus and narrow search results to the children of a selected node
- Full documentary evidence: revision tracking and data history logs – Not only Who and When, but also the "What"
Meet Michael Wetzel, Coreon MD, Tuesday -Thursday.
Jochen Hummel, Coreon CEO, will be at the booth on Tuesday - Wednesday.
Join us a for product demo Tuesday afternoon, 16:15 room C10.1.
A Concept never Lives alone - DTT Symposion 2016
On 3 - 5 March the 15th DTT Symposion took place in Mannheim. With approximately 160 participants this bi-annual event is probably the largest German speaking conference on terminology. In an exhibition hall several tools and services providers including Coreon presented their offerings. During the three days we've seen a fireworks of arguments why Concept Maps are of benefit. Many presenters confirmed the value of Multilingual Knowledge Systems.
Read Michael Wetzel's complete review of the event on the
Multilingual Knowledge blog
Coreon Newsletter Launched
Today, we've launched the Coreon Newsletter. Our company newsletter informs about recent activities, industry events, newest developments and miscellaneous highlights around Coreon and its partner companies.
and, of course, you are welcome to
to never miss an edition.
Busy Weeks: Tradeshows, Conferences, and even a New Blog!
We are proud to announce the launch of new a blog on
Its first post
“E-Commerce in the Multilingual Digital Single Market”
by our CSO Gudrun Magnusdottir has already been viewed by over a hundred people within the first 48 hours! Don’t miss it and sign up for the blogs to come!
Follow also the accompanying Twitter account:
which already found over 70 followers in just a couple of days.
On Thursday 5th of November our CEO Jochen Hummel is speaking about the “Language of Search” at
Enterprise Search and Discovery in Washington DC,
On the 10-12th of November at the tekom/tcworld 2015 tradeshow in Stuttgart our Managing Director Michael Wetzel will be meeting you in our booth C1/A05. Our CEO Jochen Hummel will also be attending the event, Wednesday 11th of November.
Looking forward to meeting you!
Finding New Business Segments through Big Data
Michael Wetzel, Coreon GmbH and Matthias Heyn, SDL plc look in the recent Q2 2015 GALAxy newsletter at new opportunities for Language Service Providers that arise through the big data revolution.
Michael Wetzel and Matthias Heyn contend that LSPs are in the right place at the right time — they only need the courage to step outside of their “comfort zone” and help clients break down obstacles caused by the new realm of Big Data.
Read the complete
Riga Summit 2015 - Recorded Presentations Available Online
The summit on the Multilingual Digital Single Market in the beautiful town of Riga took place 27-29 April.
It was a big pleasure to attend. Our both talks have been very well received.
They have been also recorded and you can view them online:
Being Digital and Multilingual: Europe’s Opportunity for Global Leadership
Chairman, LT-Innovate, CEO Coreon GmbH and ESTeam AB
A Vision of an Interoperable EU
CSO, Coreon GmbH and ESTeam AB
More about the Riga Summit 2015 and also recordings from the other days:
Worth to read:
- a journalist from the renowned Economist comments on the Riga event.
Three Successful tekom / tcworld Days in Stuttgart
November time, tekom time – the annual tekom / tcworld conference and tradeshow took place again.
This time, after many years in Wiesbaden, the event has moved to Stuttgart.
And this is a good move! We don't have official tekom numbers at hand,
but our impression is that there were more conference visitors, more exhibitors,
i.e. generally more activity.
Second, and this is from an exhibitor's view absolutely crucial, the exhibition
environment was much more pleasant. A way less noisy environment to have efficient
discussions with visitors, even daylight exhibition hall etc. the presentation
conditions in Stuttgart's ICS conference center are much better.
For Coreon it was the first time with a full three-day exhibition at the
tekom – after last year's one day participation in the context of the LT
Innovate booth. We shared a
together with Coreon's partner
open to three sides, well located in the foyer.
The show was a success for Coreon. We made many good new contacts,
business opportunities and networking relationships. We are very pleased to
see that our vision of multilingual concept maps is establishing itself as
a topic amongst the many experts present at the event. Conference participants
start to see the potential they have in their multilingual resources.
The idea to leverage these resources outside of plain translation and
documentation processes is taking off. Several visitors passed by at our
booth - before tekom not yet aware of Coreon, but who were then referred
to us by others: Coreon's value proposition, its brand is getting recognised
also in the tekom community.
Looking forward to next year's event!
Coreon at tekom / tcworld Conference 11-13 November 2014
Want to know more about MKS – multilingual knowledge systems, and how an existing terminology resource can be leveraged outside of documentation and translation processes, namely in Enterprise Search, Multilingual Text Analytics, Auto-Categorization etc. ?
Coreon is exhibiting at the
tekom / tcworld show in Stuttgart
, together with our partner
– experts in consulting and integrating language technologies.
Discover most recent developments: a completely revised Search and Lookup engine, which ensures very accurate results also for large repositories or Coreon's repository templates – blueprint-like editing of records to guarantee consistency and efficient data changes.
Michael Wetzel, Managing Director of Coreon, welcomes you at our booth FOY/F21.
Inspiring Conference on Ontology, Terminology and Text Mining
The TKE 2014 Conference took place 19-21 June in Berlin. Coreon had the
pleasure to co-host and organize this year's international conference on
terminology and knowledge engineering. ~70 participants from all around the
world attended two parallel tracks in the main conference. Each day started
with a keynote speak – on Thursday, it was Khurshid Ahmad from the
Trinity College Dublin, followed on Friday by Kyo Kageura, from the University of Tokyo.
Everyone was very impressed by the brilliant equipment and conference room facilities at
DIN – the German Institute for Standardization – where the event took place.
Thursday evening we all enjoyed a nice get together and conference dinner at the
stylish restaurant 3 Schwestern, in Berlin-Kreuzberg's historic Bethanienhaus.
The conference was complemented on Saturday by a workshop on ISO language codes.
Almost all presentation slides are now available on the
as well as the conference proceedings.
Dive a bit into the atmosphere of the conference – we published
taken during the event.
LREC 2014 - Session on Lexicon and Ontologies
Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC)
takes place in Reykjavik, Iceland from 26-31 May 2014. The certainly largest conference on language resources hosts again hundreds of presentations and poster sessions. Both Coreon CEO Jochen Hummel and Coreon CSO Gudrun Magnusdottir will be there.
Gudrun hosts session
"O40" on Lexicon and Ontologies, Friday 30th May, 9:45.
In this session, amongst others, we look particularly forward to the talk by N. Chrizman and A. Itai on "How to construct a multi-lingual domain ontology"!
Some further, selected picks from the many many presentations:
- Wed, 28: 10:30 Introductory Session: Language Resource in the Data Economy
- Wed, 28: 15:05 O8 Acquisition: Evaluation of Automatic Hypernym Extraction from Technical Corpora in English and Dutch
- Wed, 28: 18:50 O13 Sentiment Analysis (1): On the Importance of Text Analysis for Stock Price Prediction
- Thu, 29: 9:00: Keynote by Hassan Sawaf: Language Technology for Commerce, the eBay Way
- Thu, 29: 18:20 O33 Linked Data and Semantic Web: TMO – the Federated Ontology of the Trendminer Project
From the many poster sessions:
- Thu, 29: 16:55 P43 on Semantics
- Fri, 30: 14:55 P65 on Multiword Expressions
And, not to forget, on Friday 30, the gala dinner at the famous Blue Lagoon!
Multilingual Taxonomies with Coreon
Michael Wetzel, Managing Director of Coreon GmbH, presents latest Coreon developments at the DTT Symposion 2014 (Deutscher Terminologietag). This bi-annual event takes place this year in Mannheim, 27-29 March.
Michael outlines how Coreon unifies knowledge management approaches with terminology management. During a live demo the conference participants will discover the very visual approach of Coreon, and how concept maps introduce semantic information into terminological resources.
Join Michael on Friday, 28th of March at 2pm at the Dorint Hotel, Mannheim: "Multilinguale Taxonomien mit Coreon - Wissens- und
Sprachmanagement in einer Lösung"
How to Improve Quality in Terminology Resources, 7 Feb 2014 in Lille, France
Michael Wetzel, Coreon MD, discusses quality improvement approaches at this workshop in Lille.
For many years we are now collecting terminology resources and storing them in database
systems. Now, the terminology world sees large repositories, often covering many languages. But, with the
data growth we also often recognise that the quality fails to keep up. Termbase maintainers have
difficulties to control the content, are faced with inconsistencies, redundancies and varying quality. Users
hesitate to rely on them when writing or translating texts, the acceptance is lost.
Recent developments make it now possible to automatically measure, improve and guarantee an enduring
high quality of such resources. Further, by introducing taxonomical methods users add structure and
regain control over large collections of terms. Thus the resource remains always valuable and reliable.
Coreon organises TKE 2014
Coreon is proud to be the local organiser of the 11th International Conference on Terminology and Knowledge Engineering (TKE). It will take place from 19-21 June 2014 in Berlin. The key topics this time will focus on Ontology, Terminology & Text Mining.
for more information. The Call for Papers has already started.
Coreon CEO Jochen Hummel speaks at the tekom/tcworld conference
His talk focuses on how Coreon helps to do more with terminological resources, how to bridge the gap between the language and the knowledge management world. As the semantic bridge between different systems, organizations, and cultures, meaning-elevated terminological resources are the key tool when striving for knowledge management, interoperability, intelligent big data analytics, and language control. Such multilingual knowledge databases leverage existing terminology resources to enable cross-lingual data analysis via smarter semantic search. In contrast to only static archives of knowledge pieces, enterprises can facilitate processing of all their knowledge which cannot be put into rows and columns.
Listen to Jochen Wednesday 6th November, 8:45, room 2C.
afterwards at the LTInnovate booth in hall 4.
Discover Coreon at tekom/tcworld 2013
Coreon, together with
is demoing its latest product developments at the
in Wiesbaden, from 6-8 November. See live how taxonomy methods and terminology management are coming together.
Meet Jochen Hummel and Michael Wetzel together with other highly innovative language technology companies at the
booth in hall 4, booth 442 (right opposite to the Tool Presentations area).
Coreon Beta has Started
We are very excited to announce that Coreon has entered the beta phase. Companies and organizations can now discover new, very visual ways to manage multilingual taxonomies, classifications, nomenclatures. Coreon elevates terminology databases with meaning, so that your resource is no longer a simple list of terms in translation or search but it becomes a valuable knowledge treasure. Contact us and
Coreon Beta Begins: Discover Visual Ways to Manage Multilingual
Coreon enters beta phase on 2nd September 2013. Interested companies
and organizations are welcome to contact us and join the beta phase.
The beta phase is to ensure that early adopters get a peek preview as
well as being able to influence the last stages before release of
Coreon v1. All constructive feedback will be duly noted and taken into
account in our development.
The autumn is approaching, conferences and exhibitions are on the
horizon. Coreon and its partner company
will be on several events, outlining what Coreon’s multilingual
knowledge base is, how it addresses challenges around interoperability
and how large, multilingual language resources create value. In early
September we will be at the i-know conference in Graz, Austria. I-know,
together with i-semantics, is one of the most important conferences
around knowledge management and semantic technologies.
Mid-September, the META Forum 2013 takes place in Berlin, Germany. The
forum is an international meeting, exhibition and networking event for
everyone working on powerful language technologies for the multilingual
information society, the data value chain and the information market
place. This year’s focus is on Big Data Text Analytics and Multilingual
Web Services for Multilingual Europe.
Early November, the tekom / tcworld conference and trade show brings
several thousand attendees to Wiesbaden, Germany. This is the largest
global event and market place for technical communication.