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

Title Webinar – Improve interoperability between methods for sharing in-situ and citizen-sourced data
Description The webinar introduces the benefits emerging from the utilisation of the OGC SensorThings API, as well as the problems that the latter aims to address in terms of modelling both in-situ and citizen science sources of environmental information. Following this, presentations about existing relevant implementations take place while also the  different use cases that are addressed in the context of the hackathon are discussed. The webinar was organised in the context of the Dubrovnik INSPIRE Hackathon, aiming to establish a deeper understanding of the WeObserve citizen-science challenges.
Author(s) Joan Maso (CREAF), Valantis Tsiakos (ICCS), Michal Kepka (University of West Bohemia), Bente Lilja Bye (BLB)
Source https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5B_KzlFaNM
Language English
Keywords Hackathon; webinar; interoperability; citizen-science; OGC SensorThings API
Audience Technical audience, including IT administrators, software engineers, solutions providers and product managers that want to be engaged with novel approaches that leverage open APIs, OGC standards and IoT paradigms for in-situ and citizen-sourced environmental monitoring.
Resource-Type  Moving Image (Video)
Resource Theme Reflections on science
Publisher H2020 WeObserve project, Grant Agreement no 776740
Publication date 24 April 2020
License Open Access
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