Participants from 33 countries attended SEMIC
SEMIC 2017, the seventh edition of the annual Semantic Interoperability Conference organised under the scope of the ISA2 Programme, took place on 14 June in Valletta, Malta. The conference was attended by 220 participants on-site and a further 800+ online, which makes this seventh edition of SEMIC the most successful one so far.
Twenty speakers shared their views and experience on how semantic interoperability can improve the delivery of digital public services across the EU. SEMIC 2017 focused specifically on data and information management. Markku Markkula, president of the Committee of the Regions, provided the participants with valuable insight from the regional and local persective on how to boost the potential of semantic interoperability in Europe, highlighting that smooth data exchange is of crucial importance to European cities and regions.
All material related to the recent SEMIC conference in Malta is now publicly available. You can find the slides of all presentations online. Links to the individual web streamed sessions, the photo gallery and a video clip summing up the conference are also available online.