Goldfire’s new multi-lingual translation capabilities not only taps into Japanese, English, French and German engineering content, but brings back results in the language the question was asked. For example, a user looking to find alternative materials to design fuel cells, types the query in German. If the solution is captured in a Japanese document, the software will deliver the translated document summary in German. This capability helps users leverage relevant multi-lingual content and learn what companies and competitors are doing in different countries. Gaining access to multi-lingual content also expedites the collaboration and innovation processes as people will not have to translate irrelevant documents.
The flagship innovation software also offers new risk analysis platform and research functions that addresses Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP). This function proactively focuses on physical, chemical and biological hazards and can help identify alternative materials and components that are eco-friendly and meets federal guidelines. This new risk analysis capability expands Invention Machine’s knowledge-enabled innovation platform for its customer-base, especially those in cosmetic, pharmaceutical and food and beverage industries.
“Our studies show that 62% of respondents are pursuing green initiatives for competitive advantage as a path to revenue growth and, over 40% of research and engineering organizations are pursuing design for green strategies and innovation solutions to create that next generation of ingenious environmentally friendly products,” said Chad Jackson, director of Research and Service, Aberdeen Group. “Invention Machine’s innovation software is one such technology that empowers users to deliver innovative and eco-friendly products that give them that competitive advantage.”
Invention Machine’s innovation software helps enterprises innovate repeatedly, accelerating and sustaining product innovation. Its unique semantic technology helps translate ideas into commercialized products by generating and validating the right ideas the first time - whether it's creating a folding box spring, an engine for NASA or a new printer. Manufacturing organizations worldwide use Goldfire to deliver innovative products that positively impact society, planet and profit. Today, the innovation software is used by more than 1,000 companies worldwide, including more than 10 of The World's 50 Most Innovative Companies as ranked by Business Week.
“Invention Machine’s latest software tears down language barriers and allows engineers to tap into packets of valuable intellectual property and design documents that eliminate risks and further accelerate the innovation process,” said James Todhunter, chief technology officer, Invention Machine. “Given that we support multi-national corporations, it is critical that we listen to our customers and continue to deliver functionalities that drive their sustainable innovation initiatives.”
About Invention Machine
A leading provider of innovation software, Invention Machine drives sustainable innovation by enabling global organizations to consistently generate breakthrough ideas that accelerate product development. Invention Machine Goldfire empowers engineers and scientists to conceive and validate right ideas the first time, so they can quickly and easily deliver market leading products. Global 2000 manufacturers in more than 25 countries rely on Invention Machine for product innovation, process improvement and market expansion. Its unique software fuels sustainable innovation across numerous industries, including aerospace and defense, automotive, consumer technology, energy and environment and life sciences. For additional information, please visit invention-machine.com.