Linked Data Integration
We are aware that data sources use a range of different vocabularies to represent data about the same concept and on top of that, these concepts can also be identified by using different URIs within the different data sources.
How can we translate heterogeneous Linked Data from the Web into a healthy, robust and unified dataset while keeping track of where the data comes from?
With many years of experience in linked data integration, Cognizone engineers are able to semantically link and fuse your data.
Projects that we are taking part in:
Legi4LU, Gouvernement du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg – Ministère d’Etat
Legi4LU is the ecosystem of applications supporting the publishing of the Official Journal of Luxembourg as Linked Open Data. Acting as its core, Casemates, is the content and metadata dissemination tool for the Luxembourgish legislation. Casemates relies on the semantic web technology stack: content metadata are described in RDF, supported by an OWL ontology (Jolux + ELI) and using a FRBR structure.
Legi4CH is a project aimed at setting-up the Linked Open Data applications that will be supporting the publishing of all Swiss federal laws, drafts, consolidated laws, treaties and international agreements. Legi4CH will be replacing all legacy applications and on top of that it’ll foster data migration from multiple sources to the Linked Open Data paradigm using data standards such as Jolux, ELI, schema.org. Finally Legi4CH will be offering new functionality to the general public and the vast amount of civil servants acting in the ecosystem. Legi4CH first phase will be delivered July 2020.
ESCO is a European Commission project, run by Directorate General Employment, Social Affairs and inclusion (DG EMPL). It stands for European Skills, Competences, Qualifications and Occupations and is the European multilingual classification, skills occupations and qualifications relevant for the EU labour market and education and training. ESCO provides descriptions of 2942 occupation and 13.485 skills linked to those occupations, translated into 27 languages.
Cognizone has been implementing the major ESCO components for the last 5 years.
EDCI stands for European Digital Credentials Infrastructure, which is a set of tools, services and software to support the issuance of authentic, tamper-proof digital credentials (such as qualifications and other learning achievements) across Europe. The EDCI is being developed as part of ongoing work to implement the new Europass Framework for supporting transparency of skills and qualifications in Europe period.
“In 2016, I entrusted “Cognizone”, at that time a newly created startup, with a major data conversion to semantic web project for the State of Luxembourg.
Not only was the staff of Cognizone very professional and available to answer our questions, but they also went above and beyond to meet our expectations during the project; they provided, in a real dialogue, remarkable advice in an area that is still evolving.
I am glad to see that other public and private organizations now entrust them to accomplish similar projects and that Cognizone is now a thriving company in the semantic web business. We are very glad to continue working with them on new semantic projects.”
John Dann, Director at Ministère d’Etat – Service central de législation