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Inforbix has announced a new cloud product data solution for manufacturing, Product Data Apps: “The revolutionary cloud-centric service helps engineers, project managers and other team members quickly and easily find, re-use, and share product data from disparate sources and file types.” Inforbix CEO Oleg Shilovitsky stated, “Money and time are wasted because most product data management professionals cannot locate the specific information needed without a manual search. Our system makes it easy for an engineer to pinpoint designs, specifications, and even quality control data with a mouse click. After extensive validation, we learned that as much as 40 percent of productive engineering time is wasted in data management activities. Inforbix reduces much of that wasted time.” continued…read more...
Vuk Miličić, the author of Faviki, has written an article regarding the challenge of building a truly semantic web. Miličić writes, “The Semantic Web is often described as an extension of the current Web. The idea of what extending the Web should look like can be seen in Linked Data. In order to better understand the importance of Linked Data, one has to understand the context in which it emerged, i.e. the problem it has been trying to solve.” continued…read more...
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The first day at the International Semantic Web Conference consisted of 8 workshops and 3 tutorials. I was one of the main organizers of the Consuming Linked Data (COLD) Workshop and therefore, I wasn’t able to attend any other event. I’m very happy to announce that we had a successful workshop, with over 60 attendees, a keynote by Prof Daniel Miranker from the University of Texas at Austin, 10 papers, 2 System papers and 2 vision papers.read more...
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