Tellura Semantics

We are a Semantic Web technology business, helping organisations to build better knowledge environments through structured information. We work with clients and partners around the world, across banking, legal services, education, publishing, life sciences industries, and the public sector.

The one thing our clients have in common is a vision to transform their business through better management of knowledge.

If new ideas like the Semantic Web, taxonomies, ontologies and knowledge graphs are emerging in your organisation, or if you'd like them to, then we can help you.
Take a look at our articles, then get in touch with us. We're proud of what we can do to help our clients to succeed, and we'd love to have the opportunity to help you.

How to make a shared secret

Dear bank; let's share a secret I have had running battles about security with banks over decades; more or less ever since they started offering…

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Taxonomies and ontologies explained

This webinar (featuring Andreas Blumauer, CEO of Semantic Web Company and Ian Piper of Tellura) explores both taxonomies and ontologies, and demonstrates how they work together to help you improve your…

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Why things work better than strings

Human beings are natural organisers; we spend our entire lives classifying things, grouping and ordering things and comparing and contrasting things with other things. It's…

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A complete worked application

This technical note will show how to create a complete, usable web application using the PoolParty API. This example shows how to extend the functionality…

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We need to talk about tagging

We need to talk about tagging; specifically, assistive tagging; what it is, how you do it and why it works better than either manual tagging or…

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Custom searches in PoolParty

This short technical note shows a couple of less well-known PoolParty features that should help you with finding information in your taxonomies. If you are looking…

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Building a content graph

Organisations that work with content-rich information systems often have to contend with two major problems: The first problem is usually addressed, with varying levels of success,…

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Classification without integration

If you are using a taxonomy management system such as PoolParty to create business taxonomies, you may well be doing so in order to help with classifying your…

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Using SPARQL queries with PoolParty

This is an introduction to using the SPARQL query language to talk to PoolParty. PoolParty stores taxonomy project data in the form of graph databases, with the individual chunks…

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