SYSTRAN to Hold Private Demos of Pure Neural Machine Translation at Manufacturing & Technology Conference & Expo

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SYSTRAN, a global leader in language translation technology, is holding private demonstrations of its newest translation software, called Pure Neural Machine Translation (PNMT), at IndustryWeek’s Manufacturing & Technology Conference (IW M&T Show) & Expo in Cleveland, OH, this month.

As an extra benefit to IW M&T Show attendees, SYSTRAN’s team will be giving attendees an exclusive view of the PNMT concept and how it can strengthen manufacturing processes by improving efficiency in communication among globally distributed facilities and teams.

“As more and more manufacturers begin to embrace Industry 4.0, they are looking to technology to create more efficient ways for people to connect and communicate seamlessly,” says Ken Behan, Vice President of Sales and Marketing of SYSTRAN. “PNMT gives companies a method for streamlining communication across the globe, breaking down language barriers to create new systems for efficiency.”

As more and more manufacturers begin to embrace Industry 4.0, they are looking to technology to create more efficient ways for people to connect and communicate seamlessly. PNMT gives companies a method for streamlining communication across the globe, breaking down language barriers to create new systems for efficiency.

Ken Behan, Vice President of Sales and Marketing of SYSTRAN

Unlike statistical (SMT) or ruled-based (RMT) translation engines, PNMT processes an entire sentence, paragraph or document, taking into context the topic being discussed. The PNMT engine models the whole process of machine translation through a unique artificial neural network, working similar to a human brain. The entire chain is processed end-to-end with no intermediate stages between the source sentence and the target, providing for more accurate translations.

As manufacturers continue to work across borders to create products faster and more affordable, language differences between teams and facilities can pose a critical threat to streamlining operations. SYSTRAN’s software driven by machine translation provides organizations the ability to automatically translate audio and text in more than 130 different language pairs. By using PNMT to automatically translate technical manuals, internal documents, portals, and databases, manufacturers can standardize their global processes for better quality control across multiple sites.

The IW M&T Show takes place in Cleveland, OH, from May 8-10. Attendees can book a private demo to learn more about the PNMT concept, how it works and what it will allow companies to do. To set up a meeting or schedule a demo, contact Craig Stern at craig.stern@systrangroup.com.

To learn more about SYSTRAN and its machine translation technology, visit http://www.systrangroup.com/.

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About SYSTRAN Software

For over 49 years, SYSTRAN transformed the way global organizations such as Apple, Adobe, Daimler, HSBC, and Symantec meet the challenges of communicating globally via advanced machine-based translation technology. With the ability to facilitate communication in over 130 languages and 20 vertical domains, SYSTRAN enables instantaneous and automatic multilingual translations for texts, emails, chat, web pages, mobile apps, documents, user-generated content and more.

SYSTRAN is headquartered in Seoul with offices in South Korea, Paris, France, and San Diego. For more on SYSTRAN, visit www.systransoft.com

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​For over 48 years, SYSTRAN transformed the way global organizations such as Apple, Adobe, Daimler, HSBC, and Symantec meet the challenges of communicating globally via advanced machine-based translation technology.