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OpenCube Project Launches – Promises Opportunities for Open Statistical Data

EU Initiative OpenCube partner consortium to develop software tools for publishing and reusing Linked Open Statistical Data Thermi, Thessaloniki, Greece, January 14th, 2014 – A consortium of partners headed by the Centre for Research and Technology – Hellas (CERTH), recently launched the OpenCube project, an EU Initiative for Publishing and Enriching Linked Open Statistical Data…

Big Data Means More Than Volume

[NOTE: This guest post is by Peter Haase, Lead Architect for Research and Development, fluid Operations.] Industry engineers waste a significant amount of time searching for data that they require for their core tasks. When informed about potential problems, diagnosis engineers at Siemens Energy Services, an integrated business unit which runs service centers for power…

Somewhere Over the Semantic Horizon

What’s on the horizon for the semantic web? It was a question pondered by expert panelists last week at the Semantic Technology and Business Conference in San Francisco. Siri – and its possible clones and descendents – came up as a signpost on the road ahead, pushing the notion of personal assistance ever forward.  “Siri…

Hasso-Plattner-Institute and fluid Ops Join Forces To Explore Intersection Between Semantics And The Cloud

Govwild, an open government project to use fluid Operations’ Information Workbench semantic technology to combine various data sources and discover relationships that exist between politicians in Germany and entities such as companies, was the first effort pairing up the vendor with the Hasso-Plattner Institute (HPI), University Center of Excellence in IT Systems Engineering. More projects…