Webinar on Semantics and Semantic Interoperability – Electronic Business Memorandum of Understanding (eB-MoU)

ITU UNECE Webinar on Semantics and Semantic Interoperability – Electronic Business Memorandum of Understanding (eB-MoU)
June 27
12:00 pm
 – 3:00 pm
 (CET)
 Webex 
ITU | UNECE

In today’s data-driven world, organizations face the challenge of efficiently integrating and making sense of vast amounts of diverse data. Semantics and semantic interoperability provide a solution by enabling the meaningful interpretation and integration of data across heterogeneous systems. This 3-hour webinar aims to explore, the significance, anticipated benefits, and challenges associated with semantics and semantic interoperability. Expert speakers will share their experiences and insights, providing attendees with practical knowledge and best practices for successful implementation.

In this informative webinar, participants can look forward to gaining a deep understanding of the fundamental concepts and practical applications of semantics and semantic interoperability. Attendees will learn how semantic interoperability facilitates seamless data exchange and integration across systems, promoting efficient communication and collaboration among diverse stakeholders.

Target Audience:

This webinar is tailored for professionals, researchers, and decision-makers working in areas such as data management, information technology, artificial intelligence, knowledge engineering, and data integration. It is also beneficial for individuals interested in understanding the benefits and challenges associated with semantic interoperability and seeking best practices for successful implementation.

By participating in this webinar, attendees will understand how semantics are created and developed, the significance of semantic interoperability in data integration, and the anticipated benefits of adopting semantic processes. They will also acquire practical knowledge of best practices to overcome challenges and leverage semantic interoperability to unlock the full potential of their data assets.

Background Information on the eB-MoU/MGMoU on electronic business between IEC, ISO, ITU, and UN/ECE