• The ontology of the taxonomy "European Skills, Competences, qualifications and Occupations". The ontology considers three ESCO pillars (or taxonomy) and 2 registers. The three pillars are: - Occupation - Skill (and competences) - Qualification For the construction and use of the ESCO pillars, the following modelling artefacts are used: - Facetting support to specialize ESCO pillar concepts based on bussiness relevant Concept Groups (e.g. species, languages, ...) - Conept Groups, Thesaurus array and Compound terms (as detailed in ISO 25964) to organize faceted concepts - SKOS mapping properties to relate ESCO pillar concepts to concepts in other (external) taxonomies (e.g. FoET, ISCO88 and ISCO08. More mappings can be added in the future.) - Tagging ESCO pillar concepts by other (external) taxonomies (NUTS, EQF, NACE, ...) - Capture gender specifics on the labels of the ESCO pillar concepts - Rich ESCO concept relationships holding a description and other specific characteristics of the relation between two ESCO pillar concepts. ESCO maintains two additional registers: - Awarding Body - Work Context Awarding Bodies typically are referenced by ESCO qualifications. Occupations can have one or more work context. @en
  • This ontology defines classes and properties for describing participants, infrastructure, data and services of the International Data Spaces (formerly known as Industrial Data Space). @en
  • IoT-O is a core domain Internet of Things ontology. It is intended to model horizontal knowledge about IoT systems and applications, and to be extended with vertical, application specific knowledge. It is constituted of different modules : - A sensing module, based on W3C's SSN (http://purl.oclc.org/NET/ssnx/ssn) - An acting module, based on SAN (http://www.irit.fr/recherches/MELODI/ontologies/SAN) - A service module, based on MSM (http://iserve.kmi.open.ac.uk/ns/msm/msm-2014-09-03.rdf) and hRest (http://www.wsmo.org/ns/hrests) - A lifecycle module, based on a lifecycle vocabulary (http://vocab.org/lifecycle/schema-20080603.rdf) and an iot-specific extension (http://www.irit.fr/recherches/MELODI/ontologies/IoT-Lifecycle) - An energy module, based on powerOnt (ttp://elite.polito.it/ontologies/poweront.owl) IoT-O developping team also contributes to the oneM2M IoT interoperability standard. @en
  • The Information Service Ontology specification provides basic concepts and properties for describing different information services, e.g. Wikipedia, MusicBrainz, Freebase @en
  • IT Service Management Ontology (ITSMO) provides the vocabulary for annotating resources related to IT Service Management. ITSMO tries to be consistent with 2011 ITIL glossary. @en
  • KEES (Knowledge Exchange Engine Schema ) ontology describes a knowledge base configuration in terms of ABox and TBox statements together with their accrual and reasoning policies. This vocabulary is designed to drive automatic data ingestion in a graph database according KEES and Linked (Open) Data principles. @en
  • A Knowledge Model to describe a smart city, that interconnect data from infomobility service, Open Data and other source @en
  • This ontology is a specialization of the lifecycle vocabulary (http://purl.org/vocab/lifecycle/schema) meant to be used in the context of IoT. It is used as a module in the IoT core domain ontology IoT-O (www.irit.fr/recherches/MELODI/ontologies/IoT-O). IoT-Lifecycle adds a specific state definition (ParametrizedState) and a specific transition (Update) that is useful to model actuators. @en
  • The ELSEWeb Lifemapper ontology provides classes for describing biodiversity modelling services provided by Lifemapper. This project provides support for the ELSEWeb project(http://elseweb.cybershare.utep.edu/). website: http://elseweb.cybershare.utep.edu/ontologies email: nvillanuevarosales@utep.edu @en
  • The ELSEWeb Modelling ontology provides simple classes for describing data models. This project provides foundational support for the ELSEWeb project(http://elseweb.cybershare.utep.edu/). website: http://elseweb.cybershare.utep.edu/ontologies email: nvillanuevarosales@utep.edu @en
  • M3 lite taxonomy is designed for the FIESTA-IOT H2020 EU project. We refactor, clean and simplify the M3 ontology designed by Eurecom (Amelie Gyrard). M3 ontology lite is currently aligned with the quantity taxonomy used by several testbeds: SmartSantander (Spain), University of Surrey (United Kingdom), KETI (Korea) and Com4Innov (France). @en
  • Our goal is to significantly improve the data mobility between all stakeholders by providing a standardized vocabulary using Semantic Web technologies and ontologies. For the open vocabulary covering various mobility aspects we use RDF (Resource Description Framework) - a recommended specification of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and the so-called lingua franca for the integration of data and web. We invite everyone who is interested to join our MobiVoc initiative and to participate in the development of the Open Mobility Vocabulary. @en
  • The aim of the Occupant Feedback Ontology is to semantically describe passive and active occupant feedback and to enable integration of this feedback with linked building data. @en
  • This ontology defines the most abstract concepts and properties that are needed to semantically manage resource within federated infrastructures @en