Build linked data applications to supercharge the way you query, share and reuse your content and data.
Redlink offers named entity extraction, topic classification, sentiment analysis and fact linking from textual documents to your custom vocabulary or dataset. Via our services and plugins, this can be integrated into your Information Management.
Redlink offers data management and data publication using open standards and technologies (RDF and Linked Data). You can create your own Linked Data server for managing vocabularies or publishing your dataset.
Redlink offers cleaning and transforming of legacy enterprise data using open standards and technologies. Legacy data will be transformed and merged into a standardised data model and provided as a Knowledge Base to your enterprise.
Configure your Application in minutes with the Redlink Dashboard
Redlink is turning Data Linking into a commodity by simplifying its use for web and application developers
Create your own content analysis application. Combine the tools and datasets you need, e.g. for performing entity recognition with your custom set of entities.
Your application provides you with an individual key to work within external environments. Just add an application and assign a name to it.
Use datasets or upload your own (private) dataset. We support RDF as standard. The default tool provides you with entity recognition and linking.
By uploading your dataset it will be imported to a triple store and activated.
For datasets more than 50MB or if your dataset is a CSV, EXCEL or a database dump, we help you to transform your data.
Immediately test your application at our playground with your own content. Just paste a snippet of text and run the analysis. You can also browse your dataset with our linked data browser and query tool.
If you sign-up, you can save your application and access it via our API.
Select from our ecosystem of content analysis tools and premium datasets to drive your Application
EuroVoc is a multilingual, multidisciplinary thesaurus covering the activities of the EU, the European Parliament in particular.
DBpedia is the machine-readable version of Wikipedia, it contains information and data for millions of topics, persons, places and organizations.
Connect your Website with Linked Data, improve navigation, search and your findability.
ContentLinks brings smarter content management to Alfresco.
Enhance your documents via the Redlink API during Solr updates.
Simply text understanding: A multilingual semantic tool that extracts meaning from your texts and links to DBPedia.
The Freebase dataset includes a selection of Freebase topics useful for general domain entity extraction.
This tool calculates basic sentiments for a document based on dictionaries and natural language processing.
The GeoNames geographical database covers all countries and contains over eight million placenames that are available for download free of charge.
This component adds improved features and additional languages to the analysis, e.g. Arabic (ar), Chinese (zh-cn), and Russian (ru).
Medical Subject Headings with about 25k descriptors and more than 200k entry terms.
NACE (Revision 2) codes and translations of economic activities.
We have a pricing model to fit your needs. The options below are valid for our cloud services.
In case you need a solution ‘on premise’, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
With Redlink developers avoid complex technology setups and plug straight into a scalable cloud infrastructure, which is based on the 100% open source projects Apache Marmotta, Apache Stanbol and Apache Solr
Offers data management, data publication, and data integration for enterprise data using open standards and technologies (RDF and Linked Data); legacy proprietary data can be transformed into a standardized data model and integrated with data from other sources (e.g. other enterprise applications, client/customer systems, Web systems) backend technology: Apache Marmotta.
Offers high performance faceted and semantic search over enterprise content, different ranking algorithms, autocompletion, thesaurus/vocabulary integration, etc; easily configurable and customizable backend technology: Apache SOLR.
Offers fact extraction, topic classification, and fact linking from textual and media documents in different languages; Apache Stanbol basic version provides analysis based on existing public datasets like Dbpedia and GeoNames; advanced version extensible with custom (e.g. company thesaurus) and premium (e.g. domain thesaurus) datasets.
Redlink GmbH is a start-up launched in March 2013 headquartered in Austria and delivers on the promise of Apache Stanbol, Apache Marmotta and Apache Solr with a proven, enterprise-grade Content Enrichment and Linked Data platform that supports a broad set of mission-critical and real-time production uses.
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We are excited here at Redlink to partner with TourPack to bring our content analysis and linked data services to the Tourism market. TourPack aims to build a linked data -empowered system for touristic service packaging. Integrating information from multiple sources and systems employing linked data as a global information integration platform, and mining from the depths of […]Read more ...
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Press release, Salzburg, Austria – July 24, 2014 Redlink is now a supporter member of the Open Data Institute. As a an innovative startup in the enterprise linked data sector, Redlink brings the value of semantic processing and linked data services built on free and open-source software and delivered as a platform-as-a-service to a wider […]Read more ...
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To add semantic capabilities to Apache Solr, developers need to install the Redlink Solr Plugin which relies on the Analysis API. The Plugin enhances documents by extracting named entities and facts during Solr updates. Adding the Plugin into an existing Solr repository can be done within minutes, avoiding any major integration effort. The global […]Read more ...
Effective enterprise search is critical to deal with ever-increasing volumes of information. Redlink will be showcasing semantic search and how to improve accuracy by understanding the contextual meaning of content and search terms. Join us at Enterprise Search Europe 2014 to make your organisation’s content easily searchable, findable and deliverable and to get the most out […]Read more ...
With the introduction of WordLift 3.0 (currently in beta testing) creating entity-centric web contents with WordPress has became extremely easy. WordLift helps web editors seamlessly re-organise contents by telling them how each content is related to other published materials and how it relates to the data available in the Linked Open Data Cloud. WordLift 3.0 uses natural language processing and metadata extraction (using the Redlink […]Read more ...
Sally Khudair Vice President of the Apache Software Foundation in a recent blog talks about the progress of Apache Marmotta. He begins by pointing out that Apache Marmotta is currently one of the most active ASF projects. He goes on to explain: “Apache Marmotta was created to provide an Open Source implementation of Linked Data technologies […]Read more ...
Article first published on the Zaizi’s blog. In 2001, in a publication at Scientific American that has become legendary, Tim Berners-Lee, the father of the World Wide Web, coined the term Semantic Web for the first time. In those days, Berners-Lee considered that The Semantic Web will bring structure to the meaningful content of Web pages, creating an environment where software […]Read more ...
We are excited to announce that with the recent resolution of the board of directors of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF), the incubating project Apache Marmotta becomes a top-level project of the ASF. The idea behind Apache Marmotta of providing an Open Platform for Linked Data has been many years in the making. Therefore I […]Read more ...
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