Build your own MT system

Take full control of your MT systems by building them yourself.

The Tilde MT platform provides you with all the facilities to build your own MT system. To get started, simply upload your data in the platform's easy-to-use interface and start training in just a few clicks.

machine translation feature Build your own MT system

Benefits of building your own MT

Building your own MT systems is the ultimate way to take total control of your MT system.

For users that don’t have a sufficient amount of data, the Tilde MT platform includes a huge repository of multilingual data in different domains. Resources from the Data Library can be used on their own to build a system, or added to a user’s data to boost a system’s capabilities.

Main features:

  • Easy-to-use interface

  • Multilingual Data Library

  • Terminology integration
  • Tag processing
  • CAT tool integration
  • Linguistic components
  • Translation API

After building their own system, users can translate phrases and documents either in our online translator interface or in their own CAT tools, using the Tilde MT plug-in. With our API, users can also integrate their systems into any platform or application


Other Tilde's machine translation features

machine translation feature Terminology integration

Terminology integration

Boost your system's accuracy with terminology integration. This ensures that industry-specific terms are translated correctly and consistently.

machine translation feature Full document translation

Full document translation

Translate entire documents with the click of a button. Simply upload or drag/drop a document and a full translation is provides in seconds. It’s that easy.

machine translation feature Data library

Data library

Don't have enough data? No problem. We can draw from our huge multilingual Data Library to improve your MT system's capabilities.

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LetsMT Technology

Tilde MT systems are powered by our patented LetsMT technology, developed by a consortium of the world's leading language researchers.