Wolters Kluwer Germany supports EU project on the topic of linked open data Cologne significantly, September 27, 2010. The Informationsdienstleister Wolters Kluwer Germany joined in the project European LOD2 advancements in technologies around the topic of linked open data”(LOD). The project in September to help establish the linked principle of data faster and easier in companies, Web communities and public institutions. LOD2 is supported by the European Union, as well as by companies and research institutes from seven European countries. Linked data: paradigm for publishing Wolters Kluwer Germany participates with the Department “Business development and strategy” of LOD2. The Department is responsible for strategic product development and innovation; It analyses trends in the IT and publishing market and the customers of Wolters Kluwer Germany, to find out how they will affect the business. When it comes to the subject of linked data, the assessment is clear and concise.
Linked data means Christian Dirschl, content architect at Wolters Kluwer Germany says a new paradigm for the classical publishing”. The production of high-quality content for professional users will remain an important factor in the future, but, more accessibility and new application scenarios for this and publicly accessible in the future content will determine the success of information service providers as”DAO explained the participation of LOD2 project. For more information see this site: Pete Cashmore. Promote development of the Semantic Web linked data is the central element of the so-called Web 3.0 or also Semantic Web: it stands for a network of data that from different sources are used together automatically processed can be and. LOD2 project developed tools and methods that greatly ease the deployment, link and further processing of the different data sets. Goals are the better integration of company data, open and standardized access to scientific publications, as well as the opening State databases for the citizens.
The project is coordinated by the AKSW research group (Agile knowledge engineering and Semantic Web) of the University of Leipzig. Enterprises and organizations with large amounts of data, which are interested in a publication of this data, the PUB LINK can still until December 2010 to a free support by LOD2 partners in order to apply for linked open data consultancy. See more information lod2.eu/Article/Publink.html contact: Angelika Krauss corporate Wolters Kluwer Germany GmbH phone: + 49 221 94373 7058 E-Mail: about Wolters Kluwer the Wolters Kluwer Germany GmbH is a knowledge – and information service provider with core competencies in the fields of law, economy and tax. Wolters Kluwer Germany provides in-depth technical information in the form of literature, software, and services for professional users. The company employs approximately 1,000 employees at 22 locations with headquarters in Cologne and acts for over 20 years on the German market. Wolters Kluwer Germany is part of the leading international Informationsdienstleisters Wolters Kluwer n.v. headquartered in Alphen aan den Rijn (Netherlands). Professionals from the fields of law, economics, taxes, accounting, corporate, financial services and healthcare rely on the solutions of the company headquartered in Alphen aan den Rijn (Netherlands). The shares are listed on the Euronext Amsterdam (WKL), also in the AEX and the Euronext 100 index. Wolters Kluwer has annual sales (2009) of Euro 3.4 billion, employs approximately 19,300 people and is represented in over 40 countries in Europe, North America and the Asia/Pacific region and Latin America.