About Core Location Vocabulary

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Abstract

The Core Location Vocabulary is a simplified, reusable and extensible data model that captures the fundamental characteristics of a location, represented as an address, a geographic name, or a geometry.

Description

The Core Location Vocabulary is one of the three Core Vocabularies that have been developed in the context of Action 2.1 of the (ISA²) programme. The specification is developed by a multi disciplinary Working Group, with a total of 69 people from 22 countries, 19 EU and 3 non-EU countries (USA, South-Africa, and Norway), and several EU Institutions.

Purpose

eGovernment Core Vocabularies are the starting point for developing interoperable eGovernment systems as it allows mappings with existing data models. This guarantees Public Administrations to attain cross-border and cross-sector interoperability.  Please refer to the eGovernment Core Vocabularies paper on the approach and benefits of Core Concepts for further background.

Benefits

The Location Core Vocabulary provides a minimum set of classes and properties for describing a location represented as an address, a geographic name, or a geometry. This specification enables interoperability among land registers and any other ICT based solution exchanging and processing location information.

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Distributions

Greek Tax Authorities business registry published as linked open data using core business and core location
Owner: International Hellenic University
Date: June 2012

 

Report

Core Location Pilot - Interconnecting Belgian Address Data

Participants: AGIVCIRBbpostFEDICTSPWNGI /IGNEC INSPIRE teamISA Programme

Date: February 2013

 

Geonuvum PILOD: HuisKluis - NetAge.nl Address  Mapping of the Dutch 'Building and Address' base register
Participants: Forum Standaardisatie, gemeente Amersfoort, gemeente Nijmegen, Hack de Overheid, Kadaster, Kwaliteitsinstituut Nederlandse Gemeenten, Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Milieu, InterProvinciaal Overleg, Geobusiness Nederland en Geonovum, Netage, ...
Date: June 2013

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Owner/Contact Information

Owner
Name
European Union
Type
Supra-national authority
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Categorisation

Solution type
Core Data Model
Status
Deprecated

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