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In 2014, the Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi) delivered a
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Serving Ireland's Geospatial Information as Linked Data (ISWC 2016 Poster)

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Christophe Debruyne, Eamonn Clinton, Lorraine McNerney, Atul Nautiyal, Declan O'Sullivan:
Serving Ireland's Geospatial Information as Linked Data. International Semantic Web Conference (Posters & Demos) 2016

We present data.geohive.ie, which aims to provide an authoritative
platform for serving Ireland’s national geospatial data, including Linked Data. Currently, the platform provides information on Irish administrative boundaries and was designed to support two use cases: serving boundary data of geographic features at various level of detail and capturing the evolution of administrative boundaries. We report on the decisions taken for modeling and serving the data such as the adoption of an appropriate URI strategy, the development of necessary ontologies, and the use of (named) graphs to support aforementioned use cases.


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Serving Ireland's Geospatial Information as Linked Data (ISWC 2016 Poster)

  1. 1. Serving Ireland's Geospa2al Informa2on as Linked Data Mo2va2on In 2014, the Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi) delivered a newly developed spatial data storage model known as Prime2. With Prime2, OSi moved from a traditional map- centric model towards an object-oriented model from which various types of mapping and data services can be produced. At the same time, the OSi aims to adopt Linked Data to enable third parties to explore and consume some of OSi's authoritative datasets. Research Ques2on How can we take the Prime2 model as a basis for publishing OSi's authoritative geospatial data as Linked Data on the Web whilst adhering to best practices in the domain of geospatial information? Goal To lay the foundations of a semantic architecture and Linked Data platform for the OSi. Starting from publicly available boundary data, we support 2 use cases: 1.  Provide different generalizations of the boundaries 2.  Capture evolution of boundaries, e.g. as ordered by statute instruments. Poten2al Impact •  Availability of public data via standardized technologies. •  Allowing third par/es to develop novel applica/ons. •  Adding spa/al informa/on to external datasets with OSi’s authorita/ve informa/on and OSi’s Linked Data endpoint as an informa/on integra/on hub for Ireland through loca/ons. The ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology is funded under the SFI Research Centres Programme (Grant 13/RC/2106) and is co-funded under the European Regional Development Fund. References Prime2: Data Concepts and Data Model Overview. Tech. rep., Ordnance Survey Ireland (2014), http://www.osi.ie/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Prime2-V-2.pdf Results and Discussion •  Deployment of the Linked Data Platform at http://data.geohive.ie/ •  An approach to organize the geospatial information and to capture the evolution thereof. Future Work •  Inclusion of “closed” geospatial information such as the geometries of buildings and investigate access control mechanisms to cope with different licenses and policies •  Inclusion of other adminstrative boundaries; e.g., of the 2011 CENSUS and link those with http://data.cso.ie/ Features and Geometries based on GeoSPARQL Provenance referring to Statute Instruments by extending PROV-O Information organization using different graphs Workshops with DPER and CSO on a URI Strategy Information Resources vs. Non- Information Resources Mapping the Prime2 database with R2RML Proxy Server TPF Server TPF Web Client Linked Data Frontend Website (dumps) Ontologies SPARQL Endpoint Triplestore TPF Client Christophe Debruyne1 Éamonn Clinton2 Lorraine McNerney2 Atul Nautiyal1 Declan O’Sullivan1 1 ADAPT, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2, Ireland 2 Ordnance Survey Ireland, Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, Ireland