Location: RCE Amersfoort, The Netherlands
Program: Detailed Program for February 10th & 11th
Photo impression: Spatial Data on The Web Event
Block 1 - OGC/W3C Spatial Data on the Web (Linda van den Brink)
Block 2 - Platform Linked Data The Netherlands (Erwin Folmer)
- Kadaster Data Platform - Erwin Folmer (Kadaster)
- Topography as Linked Data (presentation & demo slides) - Peter Lentjes (Kadaster)
- Linked Data for Cultural Heritage - Menno den Engelse (RCEDe Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed (RCE) is een onderdeel van het ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschap. We werken onder de rechtstreekse verantwoordelijkheid van de minister en voeren wet- en regelgeving en erfgoedbeleid uit dat het ministerie en de dienst samen maken. Ook ontwikkelen we praktisch toepasbare kennis en geven we advies over rijksmonumenten, landschap & leefomgeving, archeologie en roerend erfgoed.)
- Spatial Schema & Ontologies - Paul Janssen (Geonovum)
Block 3 - Linked Data European Initiatives (Dorus Kruse)
Block 4 - EuroSDR Developments (Benedicte Bucher)
- 6th DBpedia Community Meeting announcement - Sebastian Hellman (University of Leipzig)
- Smart Data Group announcement - Richard Nagelmaeker (Smart Data GroupThe Smart Data Group is a cooperation of seven companies from The Netherlands (Netage, Linked Data Factory, Mapplica, Semaku, Taxonic, BlueSky and OpenInc), with complementary skills and expertise in the areas of Open, Linked, Big and Smart Data. They work together to realize data-driven, information intensive projects for customers. The employees of these companies are all senior consultants, architects, developers, project managers and trainers that have worked in projects for government institutions and commercial companies, also in various international settings. Their approach is flexible, result-driven and based upon best practices from the many years of experience that they have, covering the full lifecycle of activities from idea generation, to hackatons, un-conferences, proof of concepts, pilots, business case development, idea realization in projects, training, plus support and maintenance. They continuously monitor and evaluate new developments in information management and publication for use within innovative projects for customers.)
In the last two decades, location data has undergone many evolutions, due among other reasons to the development of the web. Many initiatives, related to the theme of Geodata on the Web, are currently on the go. This event will discuss the latest state of the art, both from the GISGeografisch informatiesysteem (GIS). perspective as well as the Web world. We bring together the Linked Data and GISGeografisch informatiesysteem (GIS). communities for a fruitful discussion of current and future steps to be taken.
The event is co-organized by EuroSDR, Platform Linked Data The Netherlands (PLDNPlatform Linked Data Nederland (PLDN)), OGC/W3C Spatial Data on The Web Workgroup and the European Projects: ELF, proDataMarket, Melodies, GEISER and IQMulus.
Registration is free of charge, and is open at the following link: Registration form