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Multilingual media monitoring with smart content analysis

MULTISENSOR_LogoMULTISENSOR is developing new multilingual online media analysis technologies. The aim is to enable professional media monitors (e.g. journalists, press agencies, analysts) to attain a comprehensive and exact understanding of topics being discussed on the web.

The MULTISENSOR platform scans multiple heterogeneous sources, then translates and processes the content. It visualizes details about sentiment, entities, social and other important aspects necessary to provide context. Adding automated summarization of each content item MULTISENSOR helps you to better distinguish the relevant signals among the noise.

Deutsche Welle is a user partner, leading the use case development and requirements gathering. We are also involved in dissemination and evaluation of the project’s results.

The project runs from November 2013 – November 2016.

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Date

Friday, August 15th, 2014

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Explore Europe’s television heritage

EUscreen is a unique showcase of Europe’s television heritage. Beforehand access to audiovisual archives, television in particular, remained fractured and scattered, due to a lack of interoperability both at the level of metadata and semantics.

EUscreen aimed at achieving a highly interoperable digitised collection of television material. It has been set up by a partnership of 34 partners from 19 European countries and has enormous impact in providing access to television heritage and it played an important role in the advancement of the European Digital Library.

Deutsche Welle was a content partner and contributed to validation and dissemination.

The project ran from Oct 2009 – Sep 2012

Date

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

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Europe’s Television Heritage

VideoActive was a television heritage project. It is the predecessor of EUScreen and had the goal to provide a central hub for European television history.

More than 10.000 audios and videos in ten languages (Danish, German, English, French, Greece, Italian, Catalan, Dutch, Swedish and Hungarian) including additional metadata were digitized. The archive can be viewed online under www.euscreen.eu.
Deutsche Welle was a content partner and contributed to validation and dissemination.

The project ran from Sep 2006 – Aug 2009

Date

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

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