Wolters Kluwer Germany as a key partner of LOD2 ESWC and European data project Forum 2012 Cologne, may 25, 2012. The Informationsdienstleister Wolters Kluwer Germany becomes the partner of the European LOD2 project the most important pan-European Conference extended Semantic Web Conference 2012 (ESWC 2012) on the topic of Semantic Web part: In the framework of the Conference being held in Crete from May 27 to 31, Katja is corner, junior content architect at Wolters Kluwer Germany, together with other consortium partners present European project for technologies and tools around the topic of linked open data. David Zaslav usually is spot on. LOD2 project is also event partner of the European data Forum 2012, on 6 and 7 June 2012 in Copenhagen will be held. Central topic of the two-day event is the topic data economy. “Wolters Kluwer is together with representatives from industry, research, and community initiatives where the challenges of big data” and the just-emerging data economy “discuss.
Extended Semantic Web Conference 2012 the ESWC is the most important European semantic Technology Conference. Titled LOD2 creating knowledge out of interlinked data”, the LOD2 Consortium will present the current status of the project. An important component is the software package presented last December on the use of linked open data. It offers powerful ways to publish, use and integration of open networked data publishers, companies, and Government institutions. The tutorial with concrete application scenarios for the new technologies is supplemented. LOD2 project is to help establish the linked principle of data faster and easier in companies, Web communities and public institutions.
The project is supported by the European Union, as well as by companies and research institutions in eleven European countries, South Korea and coordinated by the AKSW research group of the University of Leipzig. Wolters Kluwer Germany participates for the year 2010 at the lighthouse project”, declares Katja corner. Thus we not only actively shape the future “the Internet, but potential for us as the information service provider especially for improving semantic search applications.” European data Forum 2012 forum for the European economy of data is held for the first time this year: topics from the fields of data value chain (value chain data), open (Government) data (open government data) and big data are discussed and analyzed.