The Industrial Revolution first appeared in Great Britain around the late 1700s. In the following years, Second and Third Industrial Revolutions followed. Nowadays we are taking about Industry 4.0 representing the Fourth Industrial Revolution.


The iron and textile industries, along with the development of the steam engine, played central roles in the First Industrial Revolution.


In the Second Industrial Revolution (1870 to 1914), steel, oil and electricity, and used electric power are use to create mass production. Major technological advances during this period included the telephone, light bulb, phonograph and the internal combustion engine.


The Third Industrial Revolution (1980s and ongoing) is a digital revolution that is characterized by personal computer, the internet, information and communications technologies.


Industry 4.0 is a new era characterized by robotics, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, quantum computing, biotechnology, The Internet of Things (IoT), 3D printing and autonomous vehicles.


Under challenging conditions, our technical translation teams are committed to translate different types and formats of documents in a way that your engineers, technicians, workers or end-users can comfortably understand with their own words. 

Processes and subprocesses

Technical writing is mostly for documenting processes and subprocesses related to sourcing the raw materials and semi-finished inputs, processing the raw materials and semi-finished inputs, and production and quality control. Furthermore, the specifications of demounting, mounting, installation, testing, electrification, computerization, ventilation, illumination, temperature, humidity, sanitation, cleanup, hygiene, security, safety, disposals, quality assurance, environmental issues etc.


Technical documentation

The stunning innovations in robotics, mechanization and computerization are adapted to manufacturing processes, leading to circulation of wide range of technical documentations within the technical departments and cross-border organizations.

The most common documents include System Configuration Guide, Installation Guide, API Guide, Quick Start Guide, User Guides, Troubleshooting Guides, Maintenance Guide, Technical Specifications, Reference Sheets, Release Notes, Architecture and Engineering Documents, Help Files, Standard Operation Procedure manuals, Tutorial Videos, Procedure Manuals, Tutorials, Technical Articles, Reference Guide, Patents, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), Forums.


Searchable or context-sensitive help

In addition to single-file documentation, sophisticated modes of information have advanced like searchable online help or Context-sensitive help (software only). XML database are another significant mode of technical content. And therefore, localization has become a significant part of technical translation services. 


Since our foundation in 2002, we have translated millions of words of technical content that we received from wide range of industries including but not limited to plants, machinery, tools, automotive, home appliances, furniture, electronics, computers, mobile devices, electricity, chemicals, energy, gas, oil, power utilities, textile, printing, publishing, housing, cement, sanitation, water supply, mining, land transport, air transport, food, nutrition, agriculture, fishing, glass, metal, steel, stone, plastic manufacturing. 


Utilizing a great deal of knowledge accumulation powered by our extensive database, we take full advantage of this knowledge accumulation while working on your translation or localization projects.