Keywords

IPCheM, environmental monitoring; human biomonitoring; Environmental Specimen Bank; POP-Dioxin Database; interoperability, Digital Agenda, Open Data

Location

Session A2: Interoperability, Reusability, and Integrated Systems

Start Date

11-7-2016 4:30 PM

End Date

11-7-2016 4:50 PM

Abstract

Monitoring programs in Germany offer a large variety of data. On the one hand, these data are generated over many years in selected sampling areas; on the other hand, studies of monitoring take place in the context of research projects or other investigations. These data are often available in web-based information systems. Two databases will be presented with their potential for the interoperability with a (technical) platform for data of the chemical monitoring. The European project "Information Platform for Chemical Monitoring (IPCheM)" promotes networking of various existing databases and information systems with the goal of advancing the environmental data exchange between different disciplines.

 
Jul 11th, 4:30 PM Jul 11th, 4:50 PM

The European Information Platform for Chemical Monitoring (IPCheM) - How can you realize interoperability?

Session A2: Interoperability, Reusability, and Integrated Systems

Monitoring programs in Germany offer a large variety of data. On the one hand, these data are generated over many years in selected sampling areas; on the other hand, studies of monitoring take place in the context of research projects or other investigations. These data are often available in web-based information systems. Two databases will be presented with their potential for the interoperability with a (technical) platform for data of the chemical monitoring. The European project "Information Platform for Chemical Monitoring (IPCheM)" promotes networking of various existing databases and information systems with the goal of advancing the environmental data exchange between different disciplines.