Schemas are used as language to describe data, they are the invisible plumbing for data economy, they make it possible to interact with data. As it is with other languages, often communication is hard and language barriers exist. In this show & tell session you will see how modern tools and technologies make it easier to create flexible schemas that can be used to create a unified language for the data economy.
Presentations in this session:
- Overlays data capture architecture: Providing a standardized global solution for data capture and exchange by Paul Knowles
- Minerva – User friendly interface for human-centric economy by Robert Mitwicki