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Improve interoperability between methods for sharing in-situ and citizen-sourced data

Title Improve interoperability between methods for sharing in-situ and citizen-sourced data
Description Report summarising the objectives, activities and results from one of the citizen-science challenges that was introduced and organised by WeObserve in the context of Dubrovnik INSPIRE Hackathon. The challenge tackled aspects around sharing of environmental measurements coming from different citizen-scientists, IoT devices and in-situ monitoring sensor networks, aiming to establish combined use of data and services among different platforms towards improved environmental monitoring.
Author(s) Michal Kepka (University of West Bohemia), Valantis Tsiakos (ICCS)
Source https://www.weobserve.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Final_report_challenge_8.pdf
Language English
Keywords Hackathon; interoperability; data translation; Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC); APIs
Audience Stakeholders interested to improve interoperability between data generated from Citizen Observatories and other monitoring systems.
Resource-Type  Report – Text
Resource Theme Reflections on science
Publisher H2020 WeObserve project, Grant Agreement no 776740
Publication date 11 June 2020
License Open Access
Resource identifier
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