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(LED) The AutomationML Analyzer (http://data.ifs.tuwien.ac.at/aml/analyzer) uses Linked Data technologies to enable efficient integration, browsing, querying, and analysis of diverse mechatronic engineering models represented in the AutomationML data exchange format.
(LOD) The OGD Apps Observatory Vienna (http://data.ifs.tuwien.ac.at/ogda/observatory) focuses on the analysis of Viennese OGD Apps. It publishes metadata about these applications as Linked Open Data and provides an intuitive visual interface to analyze this metadata.
Nikolaos Loutas, the Ambassador for Belgium is manager at PwC.
Choosing materials is one of main engineering disciplines. Currently there are more than 100,000 engineering materials, of which are 60,000 metallic materials and 40,000 non-metallic materials. That means it's very important to focus on the selection of materials for engineering design and parts.
Product usage and construction strongly depends on its success. Computer aided selection is used for a long time, but it is constantly improved. One of improvement fields is usage of Linked Open Data to achieve better selection based on multiple selection properties. Since it uses web technologies which enables users to be anywhere in the world and have access to data without need for periodical database updates.
CroLOD is framework which helps engineers to easily find such materials based on multiple search criteria and as a result offer both visual and textual comparison of material properties for easier selection.
The ambassador for Croatia, is auditor at Deloitte.
OpenData.cz is an initiative of academic researchers from the Charles University in Prague, University of Economics in Prague and Czech Technical University in Prague.
Drug Encyclopedia is a modern source of information about drugs for physicians and other professionals in healthcare.
Project website: http://explorer.karelklima.com
RDF4GeoKettle is a new way to generate RDF compatible with GeoSPARQL through a set of plugins in an ETL environment.