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We provide Korean Translation for airplanes, jets, space shuttles, satellites, rockets, etc.
Our main areas cover the following:
- Aerospace Companies
- Department of Defence of a country
- Research labs
- Aeronautical Industry
- Aerospace Technical report style manual
- Aerospace tender documents
- Agreements and Bids
- Blueprints and Contracts
- CAD Drawings & other engineering specifications
- Catalogue Translation
- Installation Manuals
- Marketing Translation of Technology Briefs
- Operator & Safety manuals
- Operator training & Safety manuals
- Policies and Procedures
- Press Releases
- Regulatory Consulting for Foreign Markets.
- Request for Proposal
- Software and Website Localization
- Technical Aerospace Manual
- Technical Aerospace Presentations
- Technical drawings (CAD, CAM, MEP)
- Technical patents
- Technical Proposals
- Technical reports
- Training material
- Warning Signs
- White Papers
- Work Procedures and Contracts
Clinical Document Translation must be both Medically Precise and Culturally Sensitive
OLT provides translation and localization for clinical researches. For localization services, please refer to our localization services. Contract research organizations (CROs) normally provide clinical trial and other research support services for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device industries and also serve government institutions, foundations, and universities. While this increases the patient pool, and the opportunity to get data from diverse ethnic backgrounds at a reduced cost, accurate communication has become essential. But when it comes to the translation of the contents of clinical trial (especially, Patient Reported Outcomes (PRO) for Clinical Outcomes Assessment), it is, in fact, common misconception to consider literal, word-for-word or direct translations as translation techniques because word-for-word or conceptual matching between the two languages do not make much sense. So what is really meant by translation is delivering the source message or the concept using target language, Korean in our case, not word for word matching per se. For example, the same source word can be rendered differently, depending on the context. So it is unlikely to achieve perfect translation, but only communication level of translation. And another important aspect to consider is that the patient-facing materials must be translated to match their reading levels, depending on the study site and the level of literacy of the patients.
We cover the following:
- Adverse Event Source Documents
- Case Report Forms (CRFs)
- Data Sheets
- Development Safety Update Reports (DSURs)
- Drug Registration Documentation
- Endpoint Adjudication Documents
- Informed Consent Forms
- Insert Leaflets
- Instructions for Use (IFUs)
- Marketing Collateral
- Master Batch Records
- Package Inserts and Labels
- Patient Diaries
- Patient Recruitment Materials
- Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs)
- Patient Source Documents, Admission and Discharge, Labs
- Pharmacological Studies
- Product Labels
- QoL Scales
- Regulatory Documents
- Scientific Papers
- Study Protocols
- Suspected Unexpected Serious Adverse Reactions (SUSARs)
- Toxicology Reports
Our coverage is categorized by the definition of Macmillan dictionary :
a document that gives details of the financial activities of a company or other organization over the past year
british an official document containing information on a particular subject that is published by the British government
an official document or record stating that particular facts are true. For example a birth certificate gives the official facts about your birth and a health certificate gives the facts about your state of health.
an official document describing the aims, rights, or principles of an organization
a report that gives detailed information about what a company has done and how successful it has been
a short official statement about the purpose of a project
an agreement in which a person or organization that has important information about the activities of another organization promises not to give it to anyone else
a document that someone signs to show that they will allow something to happen
a piece of paper or a set of papers containing official information
a set of documents about a person or situation
something such as a plan, letter, or drawing that may have changes made to it before it is finished
a piece of paper that gives all the important information about something
a set of papers, documents, or records that you keep because they contain information
an official document that has spaces where you can put in information
a document published by the government of the UK or Canada that gives details of proposals so that they can be discussed before new laws are made
a document containing a guarantee
an identity card
something that proves who you are, especially a document with your name and a photograph
british an official document or card that shows who you are
invitation to tender
a formal invitation to a small number of suppliers to make a detailed proposal for completing a particular piece of work
a printed sheet of paper, usually folded, that is provided free and gives information about something
letter of agreement
a document that states what has been agreed between two people or organizations
a letter, card, parcel etc sent as part of a mailing
british a letter or advertisement sent to many people at the same time
a document, photograph, recording etc from which copies are made
an agreement that employees who have just joined a company, or who are just about to leave a company, often have to sign, not to tell anyone any secret information relating to their employer
a short official document, especially one that you sign
an official document containing a warning, instructions, or information about something
a very old document that writing was removed from and the surface written on again. Sometimes the older writing on a palimpsest can still be read.
a document written on papyrus
an old document written on parchment
a document signed by many people that asks someone in authority to do something
a document or computer program that you can use for planning something
a document produced by an organization, especially a political organization, that gives its opinion on something
in the US, a binding written agreement between the prosecution and the accused as part of a plea bargain
a standard document with questions or information on it
a document that tells you what will happen in a performance or event
british an official document that gives details of a vehicle and its owner
a spoken or written account that gives information about a particular subject, situation, or event
a contract that continues automatically unless someone decides to end it
a piece of writing or a drawing that is not finished
a long boring speech or piece of writing
a document that you formally give to someone who will make a decision about it
a formal written offer to provide goods or services for a particular price
a written record of the words of a speech, lecture, programme, or play
the original written or typed document, not any of the copies made from it
a conversation, speech, or interview in written form
a film, broadcast, or piece of writing that describes someone’s experiences while travelling
a document that has been typed
cinema literature a short but interesting piece of writing or section of a film
a piece of text arranged in an image that shows how frequently different words are used in the text. The most frequently used words appear in the largest letters.
a report about a particular subject that is written in order to provide information for a discussion, rather than one that provides information that will not change
finance and AI
We have CIPM(certificate in performance measurements) and are experienced investor with outstanding records so far even though we don’t publish our results.
We are also interested in working Fintech.
We mainly cover the following :
- Accounting documents
- Banking documents
- Financial reports
- Investors’ documents
- Taxation reports
- Annual reports
- Loan agreements
- Stock option plans
- Various documents issued by financial institutions.
Legal Documents we cover include:
- Patents and intellectual property documents
- Contracts and agreements
- Articles of Incorporation
- Articles of Association
- Affidavits and depositions
- Litigation documents
- Court transcripts
- Insurance policies and claim documents
- Government reports and official documents
- Software licenses and user agreements
- Divorce Decrees
- Prenuptial agreements/Premarital agreements
- Non-disclosure agreements
- Employment Agreements
- Company Bylaws
Quantum computing and AI will be the next game changer for the next Decade, leading human development to the next quantum level.
And the consequences and applications are expected to reach every corner of life.
To embrace this trend, we are interested in this new discovery of our world.
Quantum Teleportation Reported in a Qutrit For The First Time
Earlier this year, we celebrated a first in the field of quantum physics: scientists were able to ‘teleport’ a qutrit, or a piece of quantum information based on three states, opening up a whole host of new possibilities for quantum computing and communication.
If you’re new to the idea of qutrits, first let’s take a step back. Simply put, the small data units we know as bits in classical computing can be in one of two states: a 0 or a 1. But in quantum computing, we have the qubit, which can be both a 0 and 1 at the same time (known as superposition).
Now, the qutrit has the same relationship to the trit, adding superposition to the classical states that can be represented as 0, 1 or 2. A qutrit can be all of these at the same time, making it another jump forward in terms of (for example) computer processing power or the amount of information that can be sent at once.
It also adds a level of complexity for quantum computing researchers.
Now that we have a grasp on qutrits, what’s quantum teleportation? Well, it’s getting quantum information from one place to another, through a phenomenon known as quantum entanglement, or “spooky action at a distance”, as Albert Einstein called it. That’s where two quantum particles (or groups of particles) are interlinked, so that one reveals the properties of the other, no matter how far apart they are in physical terms.
By splitting the path of a photon up into three parts very close to each other, via a carefully calibrated setup of lasers, beam splitters and barium borate crystals, the researchers were able to create their qutrit and produce a state of entanglement.
Over a measurement of 12 states or entanglements, the system produced a fidelity of 0.75 – an accurate result three-quarters of the time. While the setup remains slow and inefficient, it’s enough to show qutrit teleportation is possible, the researchers say.
The researchers may have been beaten to the line by a separate team though, as Daniel Garisto reports in Scientific American. This second group of scientists only recorded qutrit teleportation across 10 states though, and haven’t had their work accepted in a peer-reviewed journal as yet.
Whichever set of scientists can truly claim to have got to this new level of teleportation first, it’s a significant moment in the field of quantum communications – even if its practical use is limited for now.
The team also says they should be able to upgrade their system in the future, perhaps even to the dizzying heights of ququarts (qutrits, with an extra bit added).
“Combining previous methods of teleportation of two-particle composite states and multiple degrees of freedom, our work provides a complete toolbox for teleporting a quantum particle intact,” write the researchers in their paper.
“We expect that our results will pave the way for quantum technology applications in high dimensions, since teleportation plays a central role in quantum repeaters and quantum networks.”
The research has been published in Physical Review Letters.
A version of this article was first published in August 2019.
Our area of translation includes:
- Autopsy Reports
- Clinical protocols and clinical protocol synopsis
- Clinical Study Agreements and contracts
- Case Report Forms (CRF)
- Company newsletters
- Instructions for Use (IFU) for medical devices
- Informed Consent Forms (ICF)
- Localization of medical software
- Localization of User Interface (UI) for Medical Devices
- Patent applications
- Patient reports
- Patient Information Leaflets (PIL)
- Physician manuals
- Pharmacovigilance reports
- Production requirement documents and SOPs
- Study drug labels and drug inserts
- Translation Life Science contents
- Test procedures
- User Manuals for medical devices
- User Guides for medical software
Our translation servicer covers the following:
- Medical Devices
- Information Technology
- Mechanical Engineering
Future of Transportation
We coverage is as follows:
- Electric vehicle related developments
- Hyperloop Developments
- Automotive manufacturer manuals and specifications.
- Global logistics Instructions and manuals
- Bid documentation
- Billing of Lading
- Health and Safety course
- Guide to EV charging