The Definitive Guide to
the Language Technology Landscape
The Nimdzi Language Technology Atlas offers a unified view of the modern language technology landscape. The freely accessible annual report provides readers insights on the major tech advancements that happened over the year, as well as demonstrates the value of language technology and potential of tools for translation and localization.
Technology providers use our research to benchmark the competition as well as find partners, investors refer to it in attempts to have a grasp of the leading market players, linguists and buyers of language services turn to it to get an idea of what tools are there to help them in everyday jobs.
Use this report to navigate your way across the language technology landscape.
Data gathered behind the Atlas is based on four main sources:
Replies to the Nimdzi Language Technology survey
Briefings and meetings with language technology firms
Publicly available data
Experience of Nimdzi team members
A number of Nimdzi researchers contribute their expertise and knowledge in order for Nimdzi to publish the Language Technology Atlas. Language technology companies are regularly briefed by Nimdzi researchers to provide information in the language technology report and to maintain the information in the atlas.
The 2022 version of the report was headed by this core group of Nimdzi researchers.
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“In this year’s edition of the Nimdzi Language Technology Atlas, we collected data from providers of more than 800 technology solutions.” - Yulia Akhulkova, Technology Researcher
The Nimdzi Language Technology Atlas was co-written by Yulia Akhulkova, Nimdzi’s Technology Researcher. If you have any questions about language technology, reach out to [email protected]
“Demand for interpreting services in the telehealth field continues to grow. The pandemic created the framework for people who resisted remote interpreting to embrace it. And now that the genie is out of the bottle, and providers, clients, and interpreters alike have embraced remote interpreting and are well set up for it, it is hard to go back.” - Sarah Hickey, VP of Research
The Nimdzi Language Technology Atlas was co-written by Sarah Hickey, Nimdzi’s VP of Research. If you have any questions about interpreting technology, reach out to [email protected]
“It is the strength of video conferencing platforms in all of the other areas aside from RSI that makes them so strong even on the RSI scene. As long as they have a functioning RSI feature, they are incredibly competitive.” - Rosemary Hynes, Lead Interpreting Researcher
The Nimdzi Language Technology Atlas was co-written by Rosemary Hynes, Nimdzi’s Lead Interpreting Researcher. If you have any questions about interpreting technology, reach out to [email protected]
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