What is Semantic Modeling?

Semantic modeling is the art of describing meaning in a way that is interpretable for both people and computers. Semantic Modeling is used for designing information models, which in turn are used as blueprints for software development and data exchange.

What is best about semantic models, compared to old-school information models, is the fact that a semantic model is database agnostic. A semantic model only describes the meaning of the data, not the way software needs to structure its storage.

What can we add to your
organization?

  • To use semantic models successfully, organizations require specialist capabilities. A basic understanding of formal semantics, modeling languages, formal representation and knowledge graphs is key.
  • Using our specialist framework we are able to use semantic modeling not only for singular applications but also to orchestrate entire software landscapes.
  • Our consultants are well trained in the field of semantic modeling. They offer advice and support for using semantic models and teaches you to apply them and become independent of IT consultants.

How we support:

We deliver a technology agnostic approach, so your models are not bound to specific applications

Our semantic consultants enable your data to become interoperable

We help you to mature your data for different use cases and new technologies

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Bram Bazuin

Head of Fields