Gain in efficiency with data exchange within the supply chain
- Case study
Read all about the perfect example of efficiency gains using data exchange in the supply chain.
This case study will reveal what challenges a grid operator had to keep up with the energy transition and how Linked Data helped in getting the job done.
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What is FAIR data?
What does FAIR stand for? FAIR is an acronym for Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable. These topics are relevant to those wishing to reuse their data and have machines automatically find and process their data to help people do so. These so-called ‘FAIR Guiding Principles’ (for scientific data management and stewardship) were published in Scientific […]Read
What is an OTL [OTL and RDL explained]
Certainly, you’re probably wondering what exactly OTL stands for. If you Google it, you’d be met with puzzling results like ‘Out-To-Lunch’ or ‘One-True-Love,’ but that’s not what OTL means. The term OTL, which stands for Object Type Library or Objecttypenbibliotheek in Dutch, was coined by the Dutch Road Authorities. However, the concept behind it is […]Read
Unleashing the power of Interoperability
The modern IT landscape of organizations depends on multiple software collaborating as a process. Each software works differently and stores data in its own formats, impeding smooth information exchange both internally and externally. This is why the concept of interoperability is receiving increasing attention. But what exactly is interoperability and how can it future proof […]Read