An intelligent platform to accelerate innovation.

The Opscidia Application

Browse the scientific literature

Our platform allows a smooth navigation through more than 120 million scientific articles.

Through several features, you can go further in your search for information.

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Navigating the scientific literature

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technological intelligence tools for R&D

Detecting new scientific concepts

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Identifying relationships between concepts

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technological intelligence tools for R&D

Generating bibliographic summaries

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Evaluating technological concepts

Starter 

Navigating the scientific literature

Detecting new scientific concepts

Identifying relationships between concepts

Evaluating technological concepts

Generating bibliographic summaries

Collaborate, share your projects and opinions

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Navigating the scientific literature

Detecting new scientific concepts

Identifying relationships between concepts

Evaluating technological concepts

Generating bibliographic summaries

Collaborate, share your projects and opinions

Corporate

Navigating the scientific literature

Detecting new scientific concepts

Identifying relationships between concepts

Evaluating technological concepts

Generating bibliographic summaries

Collaborate, share your projects and opinions

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mapping

Extracted from digital data

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technological intelligence tools for R&D

Identify relationships between concepts (updates)

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Collaborate, share your projects and opinions

They trust us

European Commission

“The software developed by Opscidia is a real revolution: for the first time, we are able to detect the real weak signals that could be the winning technologies in the near future.”

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OpenAIRE

“A simple tool for semi-automatic domain-specific ontology creation has been built. It can be used as a first brick for other artificial intelligence tools, or as a classification tree for documents, or as a tool for exploring a scientific domain to solve problems that researchers, innovation professionals or librarians are facing.”

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Vietsch

“The current context of the Covid pandemic19 has made the need to address the crisis in scientific information even more serious.”

Read the project description