Potsdam, March 7, 2017: At CeBIT 2017 Semtation demonstrates what is possible using Visio-based SemTalk along with Microsoft’s SharePoint to create knowledge management structures that can be used in conjunction with Azure cloud services.
Visio-based SemTalk business processes models form the basis for Service Architectures. Models are easily created and managed using a combination of SemTalk and SharePoint functionalities. Created models take full advantage of knowledge that is already available in SharePoint. Together these technologies form a knowledge management core.
This year SemTalk’s CeBIT booth will include an electric train installation that demonstrates how sensor data can be visualized and used to accommodate maintenance processes. A moving electric train is shown that generates impulses which are in turn transmitted via an Azure IoT hub to a cloud-based SharePoint. The movement of the train changes based on rules defined in a maintenance process model or from additional components such as when an external database is integrated that impacts the maintenance model.
Semantic technologies make these flexible architectures possible because of their ability to define relevant controlled vocabularies. Semtation GmbH has been active in this field of artificial intelligence since its inception.
Semantic control is also a basic tool when defining chatbots to aid in model navigation. Chatbots can also be used as a simple natural-language retrieval tool to collect model content. For example, a chatbot can be created to ask "How does the holiday application work?" with a text or by audio response.
Semtation extends these possibilities by providing model-based information that make the best possible use of process models that can then be applied in different contexts.
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