Public authorities have been designing and developing several initiatives for more than ten years in the attempt to guarantee an easy access and a wide offer of on-line services to citizens. Moreover, public authorities should guarantee a common heritage of data, accessible for any person at the same conditions. Despite of these initiatives, public bodies are still often dependent on software vendors. The European project OASIS aims to place the user at the center of a sustainable ecosystem where data, described by an open format, are shared among interoperable and reusable services. This approach allows public authorities to reduce costs, citizens to benefit of a wide range of high quality services and service providers to access to linked data for the development of new applications. Providers can also be part of the OASIS ecosystem, thus benefiting of an open a sustainable economic model. This manuscript describes in the details motivations behind the OASIS project and the portal Ozwillo, presents the platform architecture and discusses preliminary results.
The Project OASIS (Openly Accessible Services and Interacting Society) / Sanna, Andrea; Thuillier, Bruno; Dutoo, Marc; Louvet, Yannick. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. - ISSN 2279-0764. - ELETTRONICO. - 4:6(2015), pp. 848-854.
|Titolo:||The Project OASIS (Openly Accessible Services and Interacting Society)|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|