Connecting the dots in a world of distributed systems
All the information to answer even complex questions is usually available
But: the information is scattered across different sources and not connected yet
Thus users/employees usually need a lot of time to connect the dots if it comes to rather complex tasks
We think that linked data is a proper approach to solve this common problem in a world of distributed systems
Which Austrian skiers are sponsored by Red Bull and were born in Carinthia?
Who is sponsored by Red Bull?
Who was born at which place?
Which places are located in Carinthia?
Which skiers are sponsored by Red Bull and were born in Carinthia? Which places are located in Carinthia? Who is sponsored by Red Bull? Who was born at which place?
Which skiers are sponsored by Red Bull and were born in Carinthia? Thomas Morgenstern http://dbpedia.org/resource/Thomas_Morgenstern http://vocabulary.semantic-web.at/AustrianSkiTeam/121
The same object but many names, different views, various roles and tasks Marketing Production Smarty-1 is our top-seller! S-Jell 23X_34´s OS is a disaster… What makes a product successful? BI
Use Cases Autocomplete functions Tag Recommendations Similar Documents Recommender Facetted Browsing Corporate thesauri Multilingual Search Credit Suisse, British Museum, Roche, Telekom Austria, Wolters Kluwer, Education Services Australia, REEEP, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, University of Vienna, Geological Survey of Austria, Biogen Idec, University of Glasgow, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Semantic Search Engines Customers Linked Data Publishing Linked Data Enrichments
Florian Kondert Customer Care [email_address]
Semantic Web Company GmbH Mariahilfer Strasse 70/8 1070 Vienna Austria http://www.semantic-web.at/ http://poolparty.biz http://bit.ly/semantic_search http://lod2.eu/ http://twitter.com/PoolParty_Team Andreas Blumauer CEO [email_address]