The Department of Information Technology initiated the TDIL (Technology
Development for Indian Languages) with the objective of developing Information
Processing Tools and Techniques to facilitate human-machine interaction without
language barriers; creating and accessing multilingual knowledge resources;
and integrating them to develop innovative user products and services.
The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) :
is a premier
initiative of the Department of Information Technology (DIT), Ministry of
Communications and Information Technology (MC&IT), Government of India.
CDAC embodies the national spirit of high-end research and development for
state-of-the-art technologies and solutions. In its continuous striving towards
perfection in computing and proliferating the inherent benefits of Information
Technology towards the advancement of its citizens as society, CDAC has
mobilized its indigenous human and technical resources towards the design,
development and deployment of electronics and advanced Information
Technology (IT) products and solutions.
GIST RESEARCH LABS:
With over 20 years of pioneering research in Language
Technology which includes areas as varied as Standards, Natural Language
Processing tools, Search plug-ins, Semantic Web, Video Technologies, Fonts,
Expert writing systems, Optical Character and Handwritten Character
Recognition, Speech Processing, Embedded and Mobile Computing to name only
a few, GIST technologies form an integral part of mission critical activities of
various organizations and national initiatives.
True to our motto: Dissolving Language Barriers GIST labs strive to reach out to
place the power of computing in the hands of the peoples of India.
The Localisation Research Centre focuses its activities on the provision of
relevant well-researched content rich information on future trends and
technologies within a framework of a unique industry and academic collaboration
and co-operates with researchers and students, the media, consultancy firms,
government agencies at the national and international level
Centre For Next Generation Localisation is a dynamic Academia-
Industry partnership with over 100 researchers developing novel technologies
addressing the key localisation challenges of volume, access and personalisation.
The Institute Of Localisation Professionals has the primary aim of
developing professional practices in localisation globally and undertakes training
of Localisation professionals, across the world. TILP represents both localisation
industry professionals and professionals active in localisation-related areas.