Open Knowledge Repositories: Enablers of Data Integration across Business Collaborations

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A set of slides from the talk presented at the Opening up Product Data event at the Hub Westminister on the 23rd of January 2014.

A set of slides from the talk presented at the Opening up Product Data event at the Hub Westminister on the 23rd of January 2014.

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  • 1. Open Knowledge Repositories: Enablers of Data Integration across Business Collaborations Monika Solanki Aston University m.solanki@aston.ac.uk @nimonika
  • 2. Big Data Makes Organizations Smarter, But Open Data Makes Them Richer An open data strategy should be a top priority for any organization that uses the Web as a channel for delivering goods and services. Gartner Inc., August 2012
  • 3. Open data enables Data Integration •  Transparency/visibility •  Provenance •  Consumer awareness •  Compliance with regulations •  Business opportunities
  • 4. Data integration adds value in unexpected ways •  Encourages the development of mashups/tools that facilitate browsing and visualising of the integrated information •  Reduces redundancy within and across organisational information infrastructures. •  Helps deriving new knowledge from existing information by exploiting machine interpretation of data. W •  Facilitates the discovery of new datasets.
  • 5. Open Product Data: Use cases from FIspace Future Internet Business Collaboration Networks in Agri-Food, Transport and Logistics •  Meat Information Provenance •  Import and export of consumer goods •  Tailored Information for Consumers W Helping consumers to obtain better information on the goods they purchase, and producers to better control the flow of their goods to the consumer
  • 6. Realising the vision: Technical perspective •  Accessible data, available to use without restrictions on format or licensing. •  Decentralised and scalable architecture. •  Standardised and a variety of data structures/formats. •  Shared domain knowledge. W Contextual identification of data elements that enable cross •  referencing across datasets. •  APIs.