Do you want to learn how business registries from 13 countries can be linked together giving you access to interoperable and up-to-date company data, along with specifications, tools and guidance on how to increase cross-border semantic interoperability using Linked Data technologies?
The STIRData project builds on preliminary work performed under the Linked Data Showcase (LDS) pilot of the SEMIC project and presented during the SEMIC 2019 conference in Helsinki. The main objective of the LDS pilot has been to “showcase the value of Linked Data, using DCAT-AP and ISA core vocabularies, and inspire public administrations to get started in building their Linked Data environment”.
During this first dissemination event, we will present how STIRData copes with the technical barriers and legal issues regarding enriching and publishing company data as Linked Open Data, and the results achieved so far in the project. We have external speakers from Interoperable Europe and DG CNECT that will talk about semantic interoperability, common European data spaces, high-value datasets.
This first dissemination event of STIRData is relevant for you who are
- owners/providers/distributors of business registry data
- users of business registry data
- national/regional authorities responsible for digitalisation including open data
The event will be organised in a hybrid format, physically in Leikanger, Norway and digitally anywhere you are. If you would like to attend this event, please register on the following link.
- 13:00 - 13:20: Structure & Objectives of the STIRData project, Vassilis Tzouvaras, NTUA
- 13:20 - 13:40: Usecases and datasets, Steinar Skagemo, BRREG
- 13:40 - 14:00: Architecture and technical challenges, Jakub Klímek, CU
- 14:00 - 14:40: Stirdata Platform, Spyros Bekiaris, Thinkcode
- 14:40 - 15:00: Licensing Practice and Personal Data Issues, Jakub Míšek, MUNI
- 15:00 - 15:30: Semantic interoperability: past, present & future, Pavlina Fragkou, DG DIGIT
- 15:30 - 16:00: A European Strategy for Data High-value datasets, Jiri Pilar, DG CNECT