• This document gives URIs to all terms used within Datex II. the Datex standard was developed for information exchange between traffic management centres, traffic information centres and service providers in Europe @en
  • This is the human and machine readable Vocabulary/Ontology governed by the European Union Agency for Railways. It represents the concepts and relationships linked to the sectorial legal framework and the use cases under the Agency┬┤s remit. Currently, this vocabulary covers the European railway infrastructure and the vehicles authorized to operate over it. It is a semantic/browsable representation of the RINF and ERATV application guides that were built by domain experts in the RINF and ERATV working parties. Since version 2.6.0, the ontology includes the routebook concepts described in appendix D2 \"Elements the infrastructure manager has to provide to the railway undertaking for the Route Book\" (https://eur-lex.europa.eu/eli/reg_impl/2019/773/oj) and the appendix D3 \"ERTMS trackside engineering information relevant to operation that the infrastructure manager shall provide to the railway undertaking\". @en
  • This ontology is a translation of the General Transit Feed Specification towards URIs. Its intended use is creating an exchange platform where the Linked GTFS model can be used as a start to get the right data into the right format. @en
  • The SeaLiT Ontology is a formal ontology intended to facilitate the integration, mediation and interchange of heterogeneous information related to maritime history. It aims at providing the semantic definitions needed to transform disparate, localised information sources of maritime history into a coherent global resource. It also serves as a common language for domain experts and IT developers to formulate requirements and to agree on system functionalities with respect to the correct handling of historical information. The ontology uses and extends the CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model (ISO 21127:2014), in particular version 7.1.1, as a general ontology of human activity, things and events happening in space and time. @en
  • This ontology provides the predicates necessary to describe an arrival of a transit vehicle and its departure at a certain Stop. @en
  • A vocabulary for describing transit systems and routes @en
  • The ontology is applied to an application to compute the touristic paths in the city of Saragossa. @en