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Semantic Industries Community Group

This Community Group brings together people from research and industry who are interested in semantic modelling. Researchers are interested in understanding the actual needs of industrial partners, gathering use cases and example data, and clarifying the challenges that further research can help address, as well as refining the methodologies for developing semantic based solutions. Industrial partners are interested in having clear benefits for adopting semantic technologies in relation to the digital transformation of industry. How can these benefits be realised by average developers using higher level frameworks and better tooling. The W3C Community Group will make extensive use of the GitHub issue tracker to raise and discuss ideas, and to prepare W3C Community Group reports with our findings.

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Call for Participation in Semantic Industries Community Group

The Semantic Industries Community Group has been launched:


This Community Group brings together people from research and industry who are interested in semantic modelling. Researchers are interested in understanding the actual needs of industrial partners, gathering use cases and example data, and clarifying the challenges that further research can help address, as well as refining the methodologies for developing semantic based solutions. Industrial partners are interested in having clear benefits for adopting semantic technologies in relation to the digital transformation of industry. How can these benefits be realised by average developers using higher level frameworks and better tooling. The W3C Community Group will make extensive use of the GitHub issue tracker to raise and discuss ideas, and to prepare W3C Community Group reports with our findings.


In order to join the group, you will need a W3C account. Please note, however, that W3C Membership is not required to join a Community Group.

This is a community initiative. This group was originally proposed on 2019-05-24 by Dave Raggett. The following people supported its creation: Javad Chamanara, Melinda Hodkiewicz, Gerard Coen, Bob van Luijt, Boris Shalumov, Dave Raggett. W3C’s hosting of this group does not imply endorsement of the activities.

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