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D6.2.1 e sens kick off meeting - 2013-04-10 - isa action 1.1 on semantic interoperability-v0.09 D6.2.1 e sens kick off meeting - 2013-04-10 - isa action 1.1 on semantic interoperability-v0.09 Presentation Transcript

  • How the ISA Programme can help buildconsensus on semantic interoperabilitye-SENS kick-off meeting, Berlin, 10 April 2013ISA ProgrammeAction 1.1 - Semantic InteroperabilityStijn.Goedertier@pwc.be
  • Agenda0. About the ISA Programme1. Document reusable building blocks with ADMS2. Re-use the Core Vocabularies3. Re-use ISA’s frameworks, tools, and services
  • ISA undertakes initiativesto foster interoperabilityof information exchangesby public administrations What is interoperability? Ability of disparate organisations to interact towards mutually beneficial and agreed goals, involving the sharing of information and knowledge
  • The EIF defines 4 interoperability layers Political context Legal • Aligned legislation interoperability Organisational • Coordinated processes Interoperability Semantic • Precise meaning of information Interoperability Technical • Technical linking of systems Interoperability
  • ISA Programme Action 1.1: semantic interoperability Raise awareness: organise conferences, 1 workshops, news items, events, ... Encourage reuse: make collections of re- 2 usable assets searchable on Joinup. Exploit opportunities for semantic 3 alignment: build consensus on core vocabularies. Provide insight into frameworks and 4 methodologies: conduct case studies and pilot implementations.
  • Collaboration between ISA Action 1.1 and e-SENS WP6.2• Period: April 2013 – June 2013• Possible areas of collaboration:1. 1. Document reusable building blocks with ADMS.2. 2. Re-use the Core Vocabularies.3. 3. Re-use ISA’s frameworks, tools, and services.
  • Agenda0. About the ISA Programme1. Document reusable building blocks with ADMS2. Re-use the Core Vocabularies3. Re-use ISA’s frameworks, tools, and services
  • Creating optimalconditions for re-use.What is needed to make an asset re-usable?★ Applicability eGov interoperability, re-use, compatibility,...★ Maturity Development status, quality, stability, ...★ Openness Creation and change process, availability, ...★ IPR Documented, FRAND or royalty free. Benefits of reuse★ Market support Implementations, users, ...  Cost savings  Coherent Architecture★ Potential Impact, risks, maintenance, ...  InteroperabilityCommon Assessment Method of Standards and Specifications (CAMSS)
  • What can be re-used?Possible building blocks for the LSPs• e-CODEX’ Data Model Governance• ePSOS’ Master Value Set Catalogue• PEPPOL’s/SPOCS’ Virtual Company Dossier• SPOCS’ Omnifarious Container format• STORK’s Technical Design• STORK ‘s Integration Packages• CIPA e-Delivery• ETSI Rem• OASIS BDX TC BusDoX Specifications
  • Describe yourinteroperability assetswith ADMSAsset Description Metadata Schema (ADMS)• Re-usable building blocks = re-usable interoperability assets.• Describe e-SENS building blocks only once with the ADMS vocabulary and publish them everywhere.• Escape the data jail. https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/asset/adms/description
  • Share your collection ofre-usable interoperabilityassets with Joinup The Joinup Team will help you identify the best 1Contact the Joinup team way to describe your assets with ADMS. Describe your 2 Describe your assets assets using the ADMS and export them into an RDF file. using ADMS Propose a federated repository on Joinup, 3 Import your and upload the ADMS RDF file or configure a harvest URL. descriptions on Joinup https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/community/cesar/description
  • Find reusable interoperability assets on Joinup Enter a search keyword to find 1 interoperability assets available on different websites.Refine thesearch resultsvia the faceted 2search filters. The search results contain a relevant 3 description of the assets and the link from where they can be downloaded.1500 interoperability assets20 partner organisations https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/catalogue/all
  • EFIR: European Federated Interoperability Repository• Extend ADMS towards other interoperability layers• Participate in our Webinar on 24 April https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/node/64526
  • Agenda0. About the ISA Programme1. Document reusable building blocks with ADMS2. Re-use the Core Vocabularies3. Re-use ISA’s frameworks, methodologies, tools,and services
  • European Interoperability Framework • Recommendation 12. Public administrations, when working to establish European public services, should develop interfaces to authentic sources and align them at semantic and technical level.
  • Core vocabularies Simplified, re-usable, and extensible data models that capture the fundamental characteristics of a data entity in a context-neutral fashion. CORE PUBLIC SERVICE VOCABULARY Process and Methodology for Developing Core Vocabularies
  • Consensus buildingProcess and Methodology for developing core vocabularies • More than 60 WG members • 21 EU Member States • Many international experts • Public review period https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/node/43160
  • 3 representation formatsCore vocabularies Concept RDF XML model schema schema Re-use Re-uses Re-uses Core existing existing Components concepts in Linked Data Technical CCL, INSPIRE, vocabularies Specification etc. (CCTS). ISA Open Metadata Licence v1.1 Maintained by W3C (Government Linked Data Working Group)
  • Core Person VocabularyCore Person Vocabulary • Basic properties for a person. • Re-used by e-CODEX. https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/asset/core_person/description
  • Core Business VocabularyRegistered Organisation Vocabulary • Renamed by W3C GLD into “Registered Organisation” (specialises the ORG ontology). • Good basic company data for everyone (URI, legal identifier, name, company type, activities). • Informs DG Markt – interconnecting business registers (Directive 2012/17/EU). https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/asset/core_business/description
  • Core Public ServiceVocabularyCore public service vocabulary Bridge the gap between the supply and demand of electronic public services. Describe public services “only once” using a standard vocabulary and make them searchable on many governmental Access Portals. Participate in our pilot (as simple as filling in a spreadsheet). https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/asset/core_public_service/description
  • Core Location VocabularyCore Location Vocabulary • Subset of the INSPIRE address specification. • A linked data service can be implemented on top of an INSPIRE representation. • Address notation. • Taken on board by the W3C location and address community.
  • Core Location VocabularyToday address data is fragmented across various registers DATA CONSUMER Lack of common identifiers Unlinked Low quality Heterogeneous data formats Non-interoperable ? Data fragmentation UrBIS - Brussels CRAB - Flanders PICC - Wallonia NGI – National Civil register Capital Region Geographic Institute Core Location Pilot: https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/node/63242
  • Core Location Vocabulary The pilot Link demonstrates Look up interconnection of Address Address base address Identifier Notation DATA CONSUMER Disambiguate registers lookup, disambiguate, link DATA CONSUMER ORIENTED USE CASES SPARQL endpoint Linked address data Common Data models INSPIRE RDF Repository LOGD INFRASTRUCTURE sample address data in native format UrBIS - Brussels CRAB - Flanders PICC - Wallonia NGI – National Civil register Capital Region Geographic Institute Core Location Pilot: https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/node/63242
  • Agenda0. About the ISA Programme1. Document reusable building blocks with ADMS2. Re-use the Core Vocabularies3. Re-use ISA’s frameworks, tools, and services
  • What can be re-used?Joinup Licensing Framework • The Joinup Licensing Framework establishes a system for: • 1. the co-creation of assets on the Joinup platform, the ISA Contributor Agreement v1.1, and • 2. a licensing model, the ISA Open Metadata Licence v1.1. http://joinup.ec.europa.eu/node/45058
  • What can be re-used?Process and Methodology for reaching semantic agreements Process Create and Reach Endorsement Assign roles and Establish a review drafts agreement on of the Shared responsibilities subgroup (at least 2 a Shared Data Data Model iterations) Model Methodology Compare Develop a Identify data Implement Agree on the selected existing Shared Data entities and Shared Data Use Cases description Model (at least sources Model models 2 iterations) https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/node/61062
  • Common Web identifiersfor basic data 10 rules URIs for persistent Follow the pattern Avoid stating ownership e.g. http://{domain}/{type}/{concept}/{reference} e.g. http://education.data.gov.uk/ministryofeducation/id/school/123456 Re-use existing identifiers Avoid version numbers e.g. http://education.data.gov.uk/id/school/123456 e.g. http://education.data.gov.uk/doc/school/v01/123456 Link multiple representations Avoid using auto-increment e.g. http://data.example.org/doc/foo/bar.html e.g. http://education.data.gov.uk/id/school1/123456 e.g. http://data.example.org/doc/foo/bar.rdf e.g. http://education.data.gov.uk/id/school1/123457 Implement 303 redirects for Avoid query strings real-world objects e.g. http://education.data.gov.uk/doc/school?id=123456 Use a dedicated service Avoid file extensions i.e. independent of the data originator http://education.data.gov.uk/doc/schools/123456.csv e.g. data.gov.uk and publications.europa.eu are decoupled from specific government department and could readily be transferred and run by someone else if necessary. https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/node/53858
  • What can be re-used?Use Joinup as a collaborative work environment Joinup provides wikis, news items, events, mailman mailing lists, subversion, WebDav, signing of contributor agreements,etc. https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/page/our_services
  • Project Officers: Vassilios.Peristeras@ec.europa.eu Szabolcs.Szekacs@ec.europa.euContractors: Joao.Frade@pwc.be, Stijn.Goedertier@pwc.beVisit our initiatives Get involved SOFTWARE ADMS. SW FORGES Follow @SEMICeu on Twitter COMMUNITY Join SEMIC group on LinkedIn CORE PUBLIC SERVICE VOCABULARY Join SEMIC community on Joinup