The success of Ontoknowledge can be its number of successor IST projects as follows. These projects take essential parts of our vision and work for their further implementation.

COG: Corporate Ontology Grid
The main objective is to demonstrate the applicability of Semantic Web technologies to industry. Technically it focusses on the technological innovation of automatically translating data between data formats by the way of a semantic mapping to a central Ontology.

ESPERONTO: Application Service Provision of Semantic Annotation, Aggregation, Indexing and Routing of Textual, Multimedia, and Multilingual Web Content
The aim of Esperonto is to bridge the gap between the actual World Wide Web and the Semantic Web by providing a service to “upgrade” existing content to Semantic Web content.

FF-POIROT: Financial Fraud Prevention-Oriented Information Resources using Ontology Technology
This project aims at compiling for several languages (Dutch, Italian, French and English) a computationally tractable and sharable knowledge repository for the financial forensics domain. This Ontology, or parts of it, may be commercially exploited as a set of Semantic Web services.

GRACE: Grid Search and Categorization Engine.

HtechSight: A knowledge management platform with intelligence and insight capabilities for technology intensive industries
The h-TechSight project builds on existing achievements in the field of knowledge Management in order to advance technology om to principal directions: (1) Utilize standardized knowledge representation frameworks in order to facilitate interoperability, and (2) contribute to the development of the nest generation of Webenabled KM platforms.

InDiCo: Integrated Digital Conferencing.

MONET: Mathematics on the Net
The aim of the MONET project is to demonstrate the applicability of the latest ideas for creating a Semantic Web to the world of mathematical software, using sophisticated algorithms to match the characteristics of a problem to the advertised capabilities of available services and then invoking the chosen services through a standard mechanism.

MOSES: A modular and Scalable Environment for the Semantic Web

ONTO-LOGGING: Corporate Ontology Modelling and Management System
The main result of the project development is a technological and functional platform pilot (toolbox) that could be used for the building of new generation of knowledge management products.

OntoWeb: Ontology-based information exchange for knowledge management and electronic commerce
The goal of OntoWeb Network is to bring researcher and industrials together enabling the full power ontologies may have to improve information exchange in areas such as: information retrieval, knowledge management, electronic commerce, and bioinformatics. It will also strengthen the European influence on standardization efforts in areas such as web languages (RDF, XML), upper-layer ontologies, and content standards such as catalogues in electronic commerce.
ROCKET - Roadmap to Communicating Knowledge Essential for the Industrial Environment
Rocket will prepare a strategic roadmap for future developments in organisational learning relevant to the education of engineers and knowledge workers.

SCULPTEUR: Semantic and Content-Based Multimedia Exploitation for European Benefit

SEWASIE: Semantic Webs and Agents in Integrated Economies
The goal of the SEmantic Webs and AgentS in Integrated Economies (SEWASIE) project is the design and the implementation of an advanced search engine allowing information access via a machine-processable semantics of data in order to provide the basis of structured web-based communication.

SPACEMANTIX: Combining Spatial and Semantic Information in Product Data

SPIRIT: Spatially-Aware Information Retrieval on the Internet
The main aim of the project is to create tools and techniques to help people to find information that relates to specified geographical locations.

SWAD-Europe: W3C Semantic Web Advanced Development for Europe
The SWAD-Europe project aims to support W3C's Semantic Web initiative in Europe, providing targeted research, demonstrations and outreach to ensure Semantic Web technologies move into the mainstream of networked computing.

SWAP: Semantic Web and Peer-to-Peer
SWAP combines two highly successful technologies, viz. Semantic Web and Peer-to-peer computing. SWAP will develop the technology that is necessary to allow users their individual views on knowledge AND let them share knowledge effectively.

SWWS: Semantic-Web-Enabled Web Services
Web Services promise a new level of service on top of the current web. However, in order to employ their full potential, appropriate description means need to be developed. Therefore, the main objectives of SWWS are to provide a comprehensive web service description framework, to define a web service discovery framework, and to provide scalable web service mediation.

VICODI: Visual Contextualisation of Digital Content

VISION: Next Generation Knowledge Management
The VISION project will provide a strategic roadmap towards next-generation organisational knowledge management.

WIDE: Semantic-Web-Based Information Management and Knowledge-Sharing for Innovative Product Design and Engineering
The WIDE project will develop and demonstrate a Semantic Web based information management and knowledge sharing support system for use by teams of industrial designers and product engineers.

WISPER: Worldwide Intelligent Semantic Patent Extraction & Retrieval

WonderWeb: Ontology Infrastructure for the Semantic Web
The aim of the project is to develop the infrastructure required for the large-scale deployment of Ontologies as the foundation for the Semantic Web. This will involve not only the establishment of a Web standard Ontology language, but also the parallel development of the ontological engineering technology that will be required in order to “bring the web to its full potential”. The success of Ontoknowledge can be its number of successor IST projects as follows. These projects take essential parts of our vision and work for their further implementation.