This is already the third Awards event organized by Anglo Baltic News during which readers can vote for the best and most enterprising Latvian in Great Britain 2012. The most enterprising Latvian will be announced on March 16 during the Awards ceremony Most Enterprising Latvian in Great Britain 2012, which will be held in Northampton (Great Britain). This year Tilde supports the Awards ceremony, presents awards and participates in the exhibition.
The Prime Ministers of United Kingdom, the Scandinavian and Baltic countries will meet in Riga on Thursday, February 28, to discuss the challenges and innovations in the areas of green energy and bridging the digital gap. This will be the third Northern Future Forum. Andrejs Vasiļjevs, Chairman of the Board at Tilde Ltd., will chair the forum’s session on open data, e‑government and the future of languages in the digital world. The Forum centre will display a video clip by Tilde on language technology.
This week, Paris will host a significant conference held by the UNESCO: Towards Knowledge Societies: WSIS+10 Review Meeting. Andrejs Vasiļjevs, Tilde Chairman of Board, is among the delegates from Latvia and on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. he will lead one of the conference sessions.
In the conference, representatives from different countries will discuss the progress achieved in the creation of an inclusive information society and the challenges brought about by the new technologies.
Now, Tildes Birojs 2011 3rd and Tildes Biuras 2012 1st updates are available for all product subscribers.
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The machine translation platform LetsMT!, developed by Tilde received the 2012 Export and Innovation award for „The Most Innovative Product”.
Congratulations to the LetsMT! team and supporters for this great achievement!
According to the Prime Investment study results of the first six months of 2012 covering the Baltic IT companies, Tilde is the 12th among the top Baltic companies.
The Prime Investment Top 20 is a study of leading Baltic IT service providers, based on their revenue from the IT services developed excluding sale of hardware and distribution of software not created in the respective countries. The Top is being developed since 2002.
The machine translation platform LetsMT! received the „Platinum Mouse” for the best E-business solution and service of 2012. The award is especially significant as it has ben awarded by a jury of peers from the Latvian ICT association (LIKTA) during its 14th annual conference on 30 November, 2012.
At least half of Tilde was involved in creation and promotion of LetsMT!.
News say that the Northampton police officers have introduced the Tilde Translator Mobile App in their daily work. Following the initiative of Dace Gaile, the Director and Editor of the Anglo Baltic News ABN Ltd., policemen have introduced Tilde Translator to make the communication with Latvian law breakers residing in the city easier.
The Seventh Internet Governance Forum was held in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, on the 6th-9th November. The main theme of this year's Forum was Internet governance for sustainable human, economic and social development.