Semantic GeoSpatial Web - Use Cases Workshop

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Date: Thursday February 25, 2021

Start time: 5pm Berlin, 4pm Dublin and 11am New York and 8am San Francisco Times .ics

Duration: 3h

Location: online zoom

Number of registered participants: 35


A recent discussion at the ApacheCon 2020 Jena Track let to the organization of this GeoSpatial Semantic Web Use Cases workshop to further learn more about our users and the application of Semantic GeoSpatial Web technologies and in particular GeoSPARQL and to help build a dedicated community around the topic of spatial data on the web.

It's almost 14 years since we have introduced the first official geospatial features to the Jena project and we are now fortunate to offer an OGC compliant GeoSPARQL module along with the regular Apache Jena release cycle which be used to build spatial data applications and publish spatial linked data on the web.

If you are interested in use cases or applications that makes use of spatial data and analyses for the web this event is for you. Presentations are not limited to the use of the latest release of the Apache Jena Spatial module or the Apache Jena project for that matter but any use of linked spatial data and GeoSPARQL on the web.

Foreword

Consolidation and extension of the semantic web with spatial-temporal data models and open APIs

George Percivall, Geospatial Information Engineer and Apache Software Foundation

This workshop is a timely opportunity to build on the call for consolidation of previous developments of ontologies, linked data, and knowledge graphs. Apache projects, such as Apache Jena, serve as a basis for consolidation and advancement of the semantic geospatial web. Previous experiments demonstrated building blocks toward a system of real-world feature identifiers and the use of APIs for resource access. More work is needed to establish best practices related to negotiation between varied representations of a feature, observations related to a feature, and for expressing and mediating between varied content from a given resource. Further developments of the GeoSPARQL standard for space and time as well as with non-geographic spatial data have been identified. Standards in Discrete Global Grid Systems along with implementations of DGGS provide new methods for linked open spatial data. Use cases for the future semantic geospatial web will consolidate use of spatial concepts, extend to discrete space, and enhance linked data and property graphs for spatial data in time.


Semantic GeoSpatial Workshop 2021 Programme

Chair: Marco Neumann - KONA LLC

Start: 17:00 CET

Use Case and Community

Bart van Leeuwen - Netage B.V.: Smart Data goes Geo on the Web. Don’t replace all your applications, connect them.
Jay Gray: Control agriculture equipment at the point of application.  Control is based on three conditions: Sensors to detect bio-physical properties, Composition and formulation of improvement/protection agents based on sensor data and Mechanization to apply agents using manufactured equipment.

Semantic GeoSpatial Web (Accepted Presentations)

Assessing the state of GeoSPARQL support of Fuseki using the GeoSPARQL compliance benchmark
Milos Jovanovik - Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, N. Macedonia & OpenLink Software, London, UK
GeoSPARQLBenchmark github Paper
Norwegian Place-Names
Peder Gammeltoft and Øyvind Gjesdal - University of Bergen, Norway
https://toponymi.spraksamlingane.no/
Biodiversity RDF data and GeoJSON-LD
Jean-Marc Vanel, France
Experiences with implementing GeoSPARQL in the Virtual Knowledge Graph system Ontop
Guohui Xiao - Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy & Ontopic s.r.l., Italy
Ontop LinkedGeoData
LinkedDataOps: Geospatial Linked Data Operations Based on Quality Process Cycle
Beyza Yaman - Dublin City University, ADAPT Centre, Ireland
LinkedDataOps

Standards for Spatial Data on the Web - Linda van den Brink

W3C and the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) have been collaborating through a joint working group to develop and maintain vocabularies and best practices that encourage better sharing of spatial data on the Web; and identify areas where standards should be developed jointly by both W3C and OGC. The talk will give a short overview of how this collaboration works, what came out of it, and possible future developments.

Linda van den Brink worked (10+ years) as a geospatial standards expert at Geonovum, a national geospatial standards body for the Netherlands. She is co-chair of OGC/W3C Spatial Data on the Web Interest Group, co-editor of the Spatial Data on the Web Best Practices, chair of the OGC GeoSemantics domain working group, author of recent PhD titled Geospatal data on the Web, and a OGC Gardel award winner.”

Topics of Interest

  • Linked GeoSpatial Data on the Web
  • GeoSPARQL Applications
  • Reasoning and Spatial Data
  • Spatial Data Formats
  • Spatial Data Tools
  • Spatial Indexing
  • Data Visualization
  • Mapping Linked Data on the Web
  • Mapping the Web
  • Event Gazetteers and Timelines
  • Genealogy Databases
  • Spatial Data Services
  • Working with Raster Data
  • Spatially Navigating the Semantic Web
  • User Adapted Presentations
  • Cultural Heritage Information
  • Placenames and Names Databases
  • GIS on the Web
  • Semantic GeoSpatial Web Vision

Short presentation proposal submission deadline was Monday 22, February 2021
The short presentation proposal in the from of one page contains title, author name(s), affiliation(s) and a short description with possible link to supporting media in the from of web links.

Communication

Mailing List: https://groups.google.com/g/geosparql/