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In Europe you can already query metadata on any european SDI the same way. Now we are on the phase of doing the same but with data too. So in a few years, every SDI will have the same formats and protocols so we can use the same queries and algorithms on any SDI.
But at the same time we have all this wild open data formats that don't follow strict rules. Or follow strict rules but are "de facto" standards and can evolve parallel on different regions at the same time. How can we deal with this?
Same approach with protocols: OGC versus RDF-DCAT/Sparql/... Can we make both approaches interoperable?
How can we evolve and improve SDI and open data platforms (or are they the same? :) ) so we still have the easiness and freedom to upload whatever we need and at the same time, being able to work on an easy way with that data.
Topic Area: [2.8] Innovation and technologies for spatial data collection, processing and integration in spatial data infrastructures (for example; Galileo/EGNOSS, Copernicus data and services, sensor web, Internet of Things, Big Data analytics) Abstract Type: Oral Presentation
Comments: OGC, RDF, DCAT, Sparql, interoperability
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