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4th FREME Press Release is out!

FREME has just come to the end of its fruitful development road. The commercial-grade open framework of e-Service for the multilingual and semantic enrichment of digital content is available to third parties that can now enter the multilingual market more easily, and develop new business models in enrichment-enabled content and data value chains. Continue reading


ADAPT Center to host the FREME

After two years, FREME is getting close to the end of its development road. The FREME Consortium is glad to announce that the open framework of e-Services for multilingual and semantic enrichment of digital content will be hosted by the Irish ADAPT Center, a dynamic research centre that combines the world-class expertise of researchers at four universities (Trinity College Dublin, Dublin City University, University College Dublin and Dublin Institute of Technology) with that of its industry partners to produce ground-breaking digital content innovations. Continue reading


FREME Tutorial at Tekom 2016

The Tekom conferences are the German speaking conferences of the Gesellschaft für Technische Kommunikation. The annual conference is held every autumn in the same place. Since 2014, this is Stuttgart, Germany. It is accompanied by the tekom fair, the only trade fair for Technical Communication worldwide, and also the tcworld conference. Currently, tekom is the largest international event for Technical Communication. Continue reading


EVA conference meets FREME

The digitization of cultural heritage has become a routine feature of heritage institutions. Globally, the physical remains of history are being scanned and represented in digital formats – to facilitate access, to enable online communication and to preserve the documentation in case of loss or destruction. Museums, libraries and archives are shaping the process of digital conversion, which fundamentally expands the institutional range of services. The 23rd EVA conference in Berlin offers a discussion forum for these current topics. It will encourage the exchange between heritage institutions and technology providers, information professionals and the public administration, highlighting innovative contributions and proposals for application-oriented workshops. Continue reading


New Press Release available!

The second year of the project started with focus on moving the effort from the infrastructure to the market. This means that all the partners started a concrete marketing campaign with two-fold objective: validate the FREME open framework, and validate the business viability of the proposed innovations with real potential customers. Continue reading