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Understanding the benefits of the provision RDF services on INSPIRE data and how these services support eGovernment services

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These slides were used during the webinar that took place on the 4th of July 2017 which is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVhSa3Rb1EQ

 

The following slides provide details about pilots, draft guidelines and RDF vocabularies to share INSPIRE data as linked data. The pilots show the feasibility of handling linked data from the geospatial domain and the emerging benefits for different stakeholders. In particular, it was shown that the common guidelines that were drafted for this activity can be used in different cases, involving different stakeholders (e.g. data providers, data users), in different countries, using different types of data in different organisations and across different domains.

 

The presentation is structured in three parts:

  • Guadaltel Pilot: addressing use cases/applications in the area of Environment
  • Netage Pilot: improving the information position of emergency responders with Linked INSPIRE Data
  • Interactive Instruments: Development of RDF vocabularies and guidelines for INSPIRE

 

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Information

Publication date:
04 July 2017
Publisher:
Joint Research Centre
Nature of documentation:
Conference-seminar-meeting proceeding
License of document:
Other
Geographic coverage:
Europe
Themes:
Communication (infrastructure), Geography
Keywords:
guidelines, inspire, RDF, Webinar

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