Leveraging the Wed Of dynamically connected Online Data Sets
WOODS transform data analytics into a social activity on the
internet and a true collaborative task in the enterprises.
The leading idea is that tables are the most common way people use to organize, integrate and transfer knowledge, the need of friendly and effective tools supporting this is huge.
The Web of Data paradigm is expected to have a disruptive impact on economy. Unfortunately, its potential is still to be exploited, as the gap between the amount of information available and that actually used is high, due to heterogeneity of data formats and lack of dynamic data hyperlinks. The project aims at reducing such a gap, thus supporting 1. the improvement efficiency in companies and in Public Administrations, and 2. the introduction of new services for customers and people.
DocSpace is a startup company originated from the research developed by the Software Platform Group of the Research Center on Computer Platform Engineering (CIPI), at the University of Genoa (Italy). Its objective is to empower people to process data and do analytics using regular office tools. It provides products and services to support Collaborative Analytics, Real Time Data Analysis, Data Exchange Certification, Self Service Business Intelligence. DocSpace’s technologies focus on Cloud Computing, Edge Computing, End User computing, security, and blockchain.
Engineering is the Digital Transformation Company, leader in
Italy and expanding its global footprint, with around 12,000
associates, with over 60 offices spread across Europe, the
United States, and South America and global delivery. The
Engineering Group, consisting of over 20 companies in 12
countries, has been supporting the continuous evolution of
companies and organizations for more than 40 years, thanks to
a deep understanding of business processes in all market
segments, fully leveraging the opportunities offered by
advanced digital technologies and proprietary solutions.
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) is widely recognised
in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic
Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. The main
research areas of the group which participate in WOODS are:
Ontological Engineering, (Social) Semantic Web and Linked
Data, Natural Language, Semantic e-Science and the Future
Internet. The group has developed applications in a wide range
of domains, including knowledge management, software
Application Lifecycle Management, e-commerce, job and funding
search, geo-localisation, R&D project management, etc.