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We are at project LOD-ROADTRAN18 finish line

The project is at its finish line, just before its final Steering Committee meeting.

LOD-RoadTran18 started in September 2019 and with a duration of 37 months, has finally achieved the main goal of supporting the re-use of dynamic Road Traffic Data across the participant Member States (Spain and the Czech Republic).

According to what we have proposed in the activity 7 (technical proposal) we have designed a SPARQL interface, for querying data in a uniform manner and so making the publication of data in Category 5 (LOD) possible. The SPARQL interface is for the Czech data available at https://lod.tamtamresearch.com/sparql/.

Under the project, translation and validation tools (DATEX II to LOD DATEX II) and an ontological model (DATEX II Ontology) as support, were created, facilitating the access to data with information coming from the analysis made by the participants of the consortium.

LOD-RoadTran18 was promptly coordinated by Universitat de València and TamTam Research from the Czechia and was supported by nine project participants in order to achieve the objectives. To find out more about this Action, you can visit its official website: https://cef.uv.es/lodroadtran18.


The LOD-RoadTran18 that aims to support the re-use of dynamic Road Traffic Data in and across the Czech Republic and Spain is co-financed by the European Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA) (2018-EU-IA-0088) through the CEF Telecom programme.1

  1. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of TamTam Research and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Union.