An Introduction to Semantic Engineering

In short, ROSE is a mechanism that uses human knowledge instead of programmed algorithms to create information systems.
It is considered ‘the Holy Grail of the IT industry’  because it eliminates the need to write programs, and, therefore, it can be easily scaled.
Traditional software transforms human knowledge into source code (java, php, whatever), in order to build applications. But in semantic engineering, we capture human knowledge as it is naturally used in business management, we represent it in formal repositories and then connect and organize it using ontologies (both standard or custom-based).
This knowledge can then be combined and  interpreted using  semantic platforms capable of tailoring their behaviour to the nature and patterns of behaviour of each set of knowledge available.

Key straightforward benefits are:

Dramatic reduction of time needed to create and evolve business solutions.
Highly robust and efficient information systems updated on-going and easily.
Development of an effective digital path in any organization that can be followed intuitively.
Integration and nourishment of all the existing legacy technologies.

What is semantic engineering?

In the last forty years we have written millions of programs. Today, the vast majority are obsolete. And the investment, the effort and the people involved are gone.
The situation requires semantic computing– which is not a fad, or the new buzzword. It is a reality that is changing the way large organizations transform their business models.
To use our Semantic Computing technology – named ROSE- , consultants from Uground store and edit knowledge about enterprises: their rules, technologies, procedures, data, interfaces, etc.
Then ROSE interprets that knowledge to produce, in real time, the application that you wish. With no programming needed at all.
ROSE can be applied to most of the problems of your company, without any limit or scale: from small processes to large, corporate-wide solutions.
ROSE is the fastest, most reliable and efficient way of developing information systems, without the need of writing applications. It is based on cognitive approaches and model-driven engineering (and not in automated code generation). It takes advantage of the fact  that we humans are very good in semantics, and using semantic representations is the best way to describe and build applications. Also, as everything is subjected to semantic representations, every business process can be solved using semantic engineering. That means, in short, that ROSE is the most scalable technology in the market.