Turning Transport Data to Comply with EU Standards while Enabling a Multimodal Transport Knowledge Graph

by   Mario Scrocca, et al.

Complying with the EU Regulation on multimodal transportation services requires sharing data on the National Access Points in one of the standards (e.g., NeTEx and SIRI) indicated by the European Commission. These standards are complex and of limited practical adoption. This means that datasets are natively expressed in other formats and require a data translation process for full compliance. This paper describes the solution to turn the authoritative data of three different transport stakeholders from Italy and Spain into a format compliant with EU standards by means of Semantic Web technologies. Our solution addresses the challenge and also contributes to build a multi-modal transport Knowledge Graph of interlinked and interoperable information that enables intelligent querying and exploration, as well as facilitates the design of added-value services.



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