Linked data is a powerful approach to sharing and integrating information across the web. We have an experienced team of experts in linked data systems, and a worldwide client base across a range of market sectors.
Selected Case studies
The Environment Agency provides a range of live information related to flooding including alerts and warnings of current or impending floods, together with real time measurements of river levels and flows. We make this information available as open data in way that makes it easy for developers to access...
One of the Environment Agency’s many roles is to ensure that bathing waters in England have good water quality. Bathing Waters are designated beaches (or inland swimming spots) assessed by the Environment Agency in line with the European Bathing Water Directive.
We have worked with many organizations (large and small, including public, private and voluntary) helping to build capabilities in different aspects of linked data, and equip decision makers with the knowledge and skills that they need to plan and design linked data solutions.
Ontologies help people to model and publish data in a standardized way - enabling data users to compare and integrate information from across sources. Initially sponsored by The National Archives, we developed several core ontologies for government data that are now internationally adopted Web standards.
We worked with the BBC to enhance the coverage of major sporting events by introducing linked data. They have gone on to publish the structure that was developed, and use the ontology across the BBC to enhance the experience for website users.
The Natural Resources Wales Bathing Water Quality Data service was developed with the specific needs of Wales and dual language capabilities built in. The NRW service and the data API all are able to respond to language requests supporting both NRW’s and other Wales user needs
Epimorphics supported Land Registry in building capability and supporting the publication of the UK House Price Index as open linked data. The Land Registry records the sale of residential and commercial properties and this data is made available to support many types of users including the public, companies, institutions,...